Members of the Medical Group Management Association don’t have a lot of confidence in Washington’s ability to fix the country’s healthcare problems.
The Cleveland Clinic has joined forces with yet another health insurer in an effort to better coordinate care.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
For years, the VA has signed secret settlement deals with clinicians and healthcare workers at more than 100 facilities in 42 states to cover up serious…
Congress may soon boost funding for teaching centers that aim to train and retain doctors in medically underserved areas.
The current healthcare environment often distracts physicians from the purpose that drove them into the practice of medicine: caring for the sick.
Hospitals and healthcare providers must develop comprehensive risk management strategies to address the misuse and abuse of opioids.
An Ohio Supreme Court ruling paves the way for some physicians to apologize without fearing a patient will use it as leverage in a civil lawsuit.
ANAHEIM, California—Halee Fischer-Wright, M.D., talked to FierceHealthcare about how to fix the country’s healthcare system.
Two Northern California hospitals were forced to evacuate patients and close their doors while first responders battle deadly wildfires.
Healthcare needs medical professionals who can behave more like Jon Snow, the fictional character from Game of Thrones, and act on emerging threats that will…