State attorneys general battling the opioid crisis have turned their attention to payers, without acknowledging the steps they've already taken.
Health IT groups were surprised that ONC loosened EHR certification requirements and wondered if providers would bear the brunt of identifying deficiencies.
A recent court decision is a red flag for surgeons and other physicians to conduct an assessment of their consent process.
WASHINGTON—Primary care will be hit hard by the physician shortage, experts said yesterday at a National Coalition on Health Care event.
Former SAMHSA director Charles Curie tells FierceHealthcare new digital tools will push substance abuse treatment into the "medical mainstream."
Now is not the time to jeopardize the National Quality Forum, according to the leaders of five physician groups.
The clock is ticking for physicians to participate in Medicare’s new value-based payment system, says AMA president David Barbe, M.D.
Payer organizations must carefully select the provider partners with which they want to share risk.
Critics found plenty wrong with a $200 million gift this week to the University of California, Irvine, that will promote alternative therapies.
Great Britain is turning to American PAs to help solve its own physician shortage, luring them with cash and long European vacations.