The District of Columbia joins six states that now allow physician-assisted suicide, as an effort to overturn its Death with Dignity Act has failed.
Tensions between physician-owned hospitals and nonprofit facilities in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota, region are a microcosm of the problems that can…
It might be time for doctors to reexamine the value of patient-generated health data.
AI and cognitive computing are “mainstream and here,” IBM CEO Ginni Rometty told the HIMSS audience at the opening keynote on Monday.
From Kaiser Health News: Aetna will be the third major insurer to remove prior authorization requirements for patients who seek medication-assisted treatments…
Though much of the conversation on public health centers on ensuring access to primary care, “hospital medicine” should be a key component in that as well.
Providers in eastern Pennsylvania are worried a new for-profit micro-hospital will siphon patients from community hospitals for lucrative surgical procedures.
The patient-centered medical home model is growing and those practices have more non-physician clinicians on staff and higher use of electronic health records.
A federal appeals court has sided with physicians in the so-called Docs vs. Glocks case.
A three-pronged approach can strengthen population health efforts for the “silent middle”: an underserved population that could benefit from preventative…