Doctors can use a government database to compare their practice patterns to others, says a former Wall Street trader turned physician.
A Minneapolis company has agreed to pay more than $12 million to resolve allegations it made kickbacks to doctors in exchange for their business.
Amid a string of violent incidents in healthcare facilities, a jury has convicted a former Cleveland barber of killing his former urologist.
Diagnostic errors can occur when doctors aren't "calibrated" to make the right decisions.
With Monday’s deadline to submit comments, medical groups made their voices heard on a proposed MACRA rule.
The challenges associated with patient matching can’t be solved by technology alone. Instead, providers need to obtain better quality data from outside sources…
Physicians practicing integrative medicine have improved quality of life and spend more time with their patients.
Health IT groups praised the EHR certification flexibility offered to physicians under MACRA, but some are pushing for a 2019 deadline for 2015 requirements.
Care for patients at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital has never wavered, but the staff is still feeling the repercussion of a fatal shooting.
Medicaid alternative payment models might have to evolve in order to maximize their impact, a new report concludes.