From Minnesota Public Radio: Some health plans are beginning to offer free maintenance care for people with chronic health problems, hoping that spending a…
Even a minor reduction in the number of children vaccinated against measles can have substantial consequences, according to a new study.
Hospitals are taking steps to optimize blood use without sacrificing care quality. And they're reaping big cost savings, too.
A survey found that most primary care doctors couldn't identify all of the risk factors for prediabetes.
The U.S. Digital Service is working with private sector partners to develop smartphone apps to help physicians navigate quality payment requirements.
Researchers are warning hospitals and state regulators do more to prepare for the aftermath of a cyberattack against the nation's power grid.
UCSF Medical Center's chief medical information officer says physician burnout started with documentation regulations and has been worsened by EHRs.
Although patients who return home after a stay in an intensive care unit often need assistance, many of them don’t take advantage of support groups that are…
From Kaiser Health News: Tennessee and Virginia regulators are considering approval of a merger between Mountain States Health Alliance and Wellmont Health…
The Senate parliamentarian has determined that several provisions in the BCRA can’t be included if the measure is to pass with only 50 votes.