Sylvia Mathews Burwell

Recently, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) Sylvia M. Burwell announced significant cost-savings from the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP), and groundbreaking steps HHS will likely soon take to extend the program to Medicare beneficiaries at risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The Menendez/Roberts fix offers a ray of hope. But, more members of Congress must sign on to make this happen. If you are concerned about home health quality and access for yourself or your loved ones please urge your Senators and Representatives to take action.
Never before have the dietary guidelines garnered so much public attention, and for good reason.
The idea of having a wellness center placed in the heart of North Philadelphia had first come to Sister Mary Scullion, Executive Director of Project HOME, when civic leader Stephen Klein had approached her about building a community center.
The health insurance exchange figures announced Monday don't include new sign-ups for Medicaid or the Children's Health Insurance
The Affordable Care Act is the biggest coverage expansion in 50 years and is contributing to bringing health cost growth under control.
Just 106,000 people managed to sign up during the first month of the inaugural enrollment period, while more than half a
"We are staying with that number," Burwell said. "We have a lot of work before us, and we're going to continue focusing on
MANASSAS, Virginia -- The website hasn't crashed, government officials aren't scrambling, and Americans are actually using
And the senators were rewarded with perhaps the most reassuring of news: There is almost certainly no Ebola in America right