As hospitals compete for patients by offering bundled pricing, doctors may be surprised by being shut out of contracts.

As health insurers strive to lower costs by encouraging members to change healthcare utilization behaviors, a new study offers a positive sign.

A drug-resistant superbug, blamed for the recent death of a Nevada woman, may be spreading more widely in hospitals—and more stealthily—than previously thought…

Building the value-based healthcare system of the future depends on meeting primary care doctors' data needs.

In the face of the country’s opioid epidemic and a push to restrict patients’ access to addictive painkillers, the medical community is sharply divided over…

Although many doctors aren’t in favor, more states are moving to force doctors to check on patients’ prescription history before prescribing opioid painkillers…

One of the country’s largest retail pharmacies will compete with the maker of a lifesaving medication and device by offering a lower-cost generic version.

In today’s healthcare environment, doctors and nurses need to make sure empathy for their patients isn’t lost in the name of efficiency and technology, says an…

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