The North Carolina-based health system is grappling with system disruptions associated with what it calls a “new form of the WannaCry virus.”
After its latest updates, the World Medical Association’s modern successor to the Hippocratic Oath now addresses physician burnout.
Healthcare organizations offering telehealth services are mitigating their ePHI risk by signing a business associate agreement (BAA) with their telehealth…
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’d be “happy” to bring a bipartisan Affordable Care Act stabilization bill to the floor—but with a major caveat.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit contesting the Department of Veterans Affairs’ no-bid decision to implement Cerner as its EHR platform.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
One lawmaker wants insurers and pharmacy benefit managers to prove that their drug pricing policies aren’t contributing to the opioid epidemic.
How much the average doctor makes can depend on which salary survey you look at, so use that data with caution when negotiating compensation.
After reporting slower-than-expected growth, athenahealth will cut 9% of its workforce to “make the company move faster," CEO Jonathan Bush said.
Intermountain Healthcare will overhaul its internal structure based on geographic administrative regions.
The Senate’s bipartisan Affordable Care Act stabilization bill isn’t dead—yet.
Federal officials have approved Oregon's state innovation waiver, though other states that have applied for waivers have had very different results.