Medicare bundled payment models, previously confined to hip and knee replacements, will now be applied to cardiac care for certain hospitals.
Hospitals are doing a fairly good job at protecting their EHR data as required by the HIPAA security rule, according to a new HHS OIG report.
Formerly of ONC, Jodi Daniel, now a partner at law firm Crowell & Moring, says that healthcare privacy and security requires involvement from all…
ONC, looking to enhance visibility of cybersecurity threat detection and response to thwart evolving attacks, has announced two new funding opportunities.
Hospitals in central Florida are beefing up security in the wake of a deadly shooting at an area facility. And at least one hospital plans to employ armed…
There’s been a major shakeup in the competitive market for doctors in Eastern Massachusetts, as a network with nearly 400 physicians will soon switch…
Olympus told company representatives in the U.S. not to issue a broad contamination warning to hospitals, despite a superbug outbreak linked to the scopes.
In wake of the Justice Department’s decision to file suit against two major mergers, health insurers may start eyeing deals with smaller companies.
Increased market penetration has been a significant driver of Medicare Advantage plan membership over the last three years.
New research indicates doctors have favorites among their patients, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.