As the nation’s opioid addiction epidemic continues, a spike in heroin overdoses led one Florida hospital to develop a pilot rehab program.
With ransomware attacks on EHRs and other systems more common than ever, providers must remain "defensive," government cybersecurity experts said on…
The National Association for State Health Policy has floated proposals to combat rising drug prices.
Charity and other uncompensated care costs dropped steeply at Ohio hospitals compared to 2013 as statewide coverage rates improved.
Montana's expansion of Medicaid eligibility has quickly cut levels of uncompensated care statewide.
The Miami area's biggest safety-net provider will roll out a price transparency initiative, but its chief executive officer is unsure what the impact will…
Home healthcare and even visiting nurse agencies can play a role in cutting hospital admissions by stationing their employees in emergency rooms.
Two recently launched pilots spearheaded by ONC and Accenture focus on the use of patient-generated health data by providers and researchers.
When it comes to deciding the fate of private practice, it sits squarely on the doctors who run those practices. It’s the physicians who choose to stay in…
As healthcare merger-mania continues, hospitals and systems that are coming together must unite at all levels--starting with the board room and C-suite.