Running a medical marijuana practice is challenging, complicated and maybe even risky. But Barry Gordon, M.D., has found his calling.
HIPAA does not prohibit payers and providers from sharing patient information to develop clinical best practices, but there are several nuances.
On Thursday morning, Senate Republicans finally unveiled a draft version of their bill that would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
If the industry allows new models to thrive and clears a pathway to spread and scale reforms, healthcare could be more efficient.
The nation’s top health IT groups were predictably pleased with the MACRA proposed rule that gives physicians more wiggle room on EHR upgrades.
As the healthcare industry shifts its focus to outpatient care, providers are moving into facilities that are in locations closer to patients—like…
In the wake of a recent report that hospitals are on pace to replace virtually half their staff every 5 years, hospital executives are beginning to pay more…
Many primary care doctors are shifting toward evidence-based practice, but they may have trouble finding the evidence they need to guide decisions.
Pagers are still a popular communication tool in hospitals, but a new study shows texting via pager raises concerns about clarity and urgency.
About 500,000 clinicians who participated in the government’s Physician Quality Reporting System will be hit with a 2% Medicare penalty.