Annapolis City Council Votes To Pass 'Medicare For All Act Of 2021'The City Council of Annapolis announced the passing of The Medicare For All Act of 2021. This is the first resolution in Maryland State Capitol history in support of Federal Bill H.R. 1976. 
Johns Hopkins University Creates Stethoscope To Diagnose Lung AbnormalitiesHealth care workers in busy hospitals or noisy areas may benefit from a new digital stethoscope. 
'Cancer Never Waits': Doctors Urge Patients Not To Skip Routine Screenings, Medical AppointmentsAs Americans get a handle on the coronavirus pandemic and managing life around it, health experts stress the importance of annual screenings and preventative care as restrictions lift.
Maryland Lawmakers Propose Alcohol Tax Hike For Health PlanMaryland lawmakers and health care advocates proposed increasing the state’s alcohol tax on Wednesday to generate millions of dollars to address health disparities, which have been highlighted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Patients With Serious Medical Needs Afraid To Seek Treatment Due To Risk Of Contracting Coronavirus, Doctor SaysDespite the anxiety patients may face, doctors say it's important those with serious medical conditions get the help they need before it's too late.
Maryland Health Benefit Exchange Announces 2020 Plans And Prices Ahead Of Fall Open EnrollmentThe Maryland Health Benefit Exchange announced its 2020 plans and prices, four weeks ahead of open enrollment on November 1.
US Court Appeals Maryland's Move To Block Abortion ChangesA federal court appealed a Maryland judge's order blocking the implementation of Trump Administration changes to the federal Title X program, which makes family planning services available to low-income individuals for low or no cost
Study: Baltimore Among Nation's Leaders In Health CareA new report from Healthgrades ranked cities based on health care; here's what put Baltimore near the top of the 2019 National Health Index.
MedStar Aiming To Improve Healthcare Safety With New Training Center In BaltimoreMedStar Health recently opened an innovative training center that helps doctors and nurses practice both new and old procedures without ever touching a patient.
Goldman Sachs Asks 'Is Curing Patients A Sustainable Business Model?'Turning the search for medical remedies into a numbers game, analyst Salveen Richter called potential "one shot cures" a bad business decision that will hurt a company's bottom line.
Maryland Lawmakers Tackle Health Care ProposalsThe Maryland Legislature is working to enact a number of crucial bills that would counteract healthcare policy changes at the federal level.