From Kaiser Health News: Aetna will be the third major insurer to remove prior authorization requirements for patients who seek medication-assisted treatments…
Quality care, EHRs and cybersecurity are the top three IT issues facing healthcare providers, according to a new survey, and the majority of hospitals indicate…
ORLANDO: The FDA;s Seth Carmody debunks four myths about the agency's role in medical device cybersecurity.
Providers in eastern Pennsylvania are worried a new for-profit micro-hospital will siphon patients from community hospitals for lucrative surgical procedures.
The patient-centered medical home model is growing and those practices have more non-physician clinicians on staff and higher use of electronic health records.
A federal appeals court has sided with physicians in the so-called Docs vs. Glocks case.
The Department of Justice that accused the insurer of engaging in a scheme to overcharge Medicare by inflating patients’ risk scores.
A three-pronged approach can strengthen population health efforts for the “silent middle”: an underserved population that could benefit from preventative…
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urged an appeals court to dismiss a class action lawsuit against CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield following a 2015 data breach.
As more health systems are integrating OpenNotes into their facilities, the benefits of allowing patients to view their medical records are becoming clearer.