Physicians were well-represented among the throngs at last weekend’s March for Science, which was recognized in 600 cities worldwide.

The former director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration has been nominated to serve in HHS role.

The White House dismissed U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy—a proponent of vacciness—after he refused to resign.

With the Affordable Care Act marketplaces in a precarious position for 2018, some states are taking matters into their own hands.

The Trump administration is pressuring House Republicans to vote on a healthcare reform bill before the 100-day mark.

With a dearth of workers willing to take hard-to-fill jobs in healthcare, some organizations are hiring people with criminal backgrounds to fill those roles.

Health insurers’ financial performance in the individual market showed signs of improving in 2016, but they still face hefty challenges.

In order for value-based payment models to live up to their hype, they must generate more consistent benefits than they have so far.

Republican leaders in the House are optimistic that they can quickly get back on track with their bid to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.