There are better options to combat the opioid crisis than simply mandating first-line coverage for abuse-deterrent formulations.

Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove, M.D., had no plans to leave President Trump's strategic and policy forum but may no longer have a choice.

The District of Columbia Department of Health last week restricted United Medical Center’s obstetrics license.

Concerns that the Trump administration may back away from bundled payment models seem to be justified.

From Kaiser Health News: Hundreds of old, commonly used drugs cost the Medicaid program billions of extra dollars in 2016 versus 2015.

Two lawmakers are urging their colleagues to pass a bill that would require all Medicare providers to prescribe controlled substances electronically.

Hospital staff often believe any guidance they provide to patients beyond a list of nearby facilities could unduly influence their choices.

Health system changes have made working conditions worse in a national sample of 296 federally qualified health centers studied by the RAND Corp.