The Congressional Budget Office has warned that it won't release a full score on the Graham-Cassidy bill before a potential vote.
While the country shifts to value-based care, a national survey found many doctors would actually prefer being paid a salary.
More VA employees are eager to blow the whistle on subpar care at facilities operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Department of Health and Human Services has awarded more than $200 million to increase access to mental health services and addiction treatment.
Following a Kaiser Health News investigation, the FDA has moved to speed up approvals of “orphan drugs” while closing a loophole.
The updated OIG work plan will evaluate Department of Health and Human Services' response to cybersecurity threats.
From Kaiser Health News: Some young people's dreams of becoming doctors could be uprooted if the Trump administration ends the DACA program.…
The Republicans' ACA repeal may still be alive: Sen. Bill Cassidy said that the GOP nearly has enough votes to pass his healthcare bill.
Lack of public accountability means hospitals have little real incentive to fix safety issues, according to a USA Today report.
The battle continues over medical aid-in-dying laws in both the District of Columbia and New York state.