Senate Majority Advances Legislation To Address Disparities In Healthcare For Minorities

The Senate Democratic Majority today advanced legislation to close the racial disparities gap in healthcare, building on the conference’s continued work to protect the healthcare rights of all New Yorkers. Continue Reading →

Patient Financing Options From Harlem To Hollywood

By Bretton Love

Healthcare is one of the most pressing issues of our time: with the requirement for healthcare a universal human experience, and the cost of healthcare preventing and deterring some individuals from visiting the doctor in the first place. Continue Reading →

OP-Ed: How The Proposed “Trumpcare” May Affect Medicare

By Richard Robinson

The answer to the question “How Might Trumpcare Affect Medicare?” appears to depend on who is weighing in and the possible impact it will have for American citizens both those who are retired and perhaps more importantly for those who are currently still in the workforce. Continue Reading →


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