The 2011 Greater Kansas City Home Show features a 1,600 square foot home especially designed for aging in place.
Bioethics goes international with work on the Kenya Peace Initiative with Terry Rosell, DMin, PhD, the Rosemary Flanigan Chair at the Center for Practical Bioethics.
Caring for caregivers at work – employers will face this challenge even more in the years ahead, as employees care for older family members as much as they did raising their own families.
September Williams, MD, discusses chronic pain, health disparities and why we need to do something about them.
The ethical debate is now shifting from rationing to the avoidance of waste.
Most of us have no idea of the path prescription medications take from the FDA to your pharmacy.
Robert St. Peter, MD, president and CEO of the Kansas Health Institute, addresses some of the uncertainties that arose with the Supreme Court’s upholding of the Affordable Care Act
Healthcare reform took a giant step forward with the Affordable Care Act, but Steve Roling, president and CEO of the Health Care Foundation
Robert St. Peter, MD, president and CEO of the Kansas Health Institute, addresses some of the uncertainties that arose