President Donald Trump's steps to unwind the ACA are an all-out assault on consumer protections and threaten care quality, healthcare leaders say.
Patients need to be included in ongoing efforts to improve EHR interoperability, according to officials at the UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
Some healthcare organizations are turning to mobile clinics to meet underserved populations where they are.
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—Zubin Damania, M.D., made the audience laugh with his rap songs, but his message brought them to their feet.
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.
The number of front-line nurses with bachelor's degrees is growing, but is still likely to fall short of national goals, according to a new study.