The latest news on Medicare
Rising expenses attributed to care in first year after hospital discharge
Health care costs far less in most countries overseas.
Early retirement is longer and risker than retirement at 65.
'We are often two Americas,' according to Commonwealth Fund
Five competing accountable care organizations in Massachusetts are working together to reduce problems that crop up for patients who requirecare after leaving the hospital.
Some elderly or disabled individuals may not need to purchase health insurance under Obamacare.
Retirement at ages 62 and 65 is declining, while signing up at age 66 is increasingly common.
Trends in shrinking family sizes and increasing longevity will create caregiver shortages, AARP says.
Less progress for Americans under 65, among other disparities reported
Research finds seniors are experiencing serious illnesses only near their time of death.