Aetna is selling its group life and disability insurance business to insurance firm The Hartford for $1.45 billion.
Hospitals can take steps to prevent patient harm caused by opioids, according to ECRI Institute.
Healthcare organizations offering telehealth services are mitigating their ePHI risk by signing a business associate agreement (BAA) with their telehealth…
Another man affiliated with Cleveland Clinic Innovations has been charged in a scheme to defraud the hospital out of more than $2.7 million.
ABHW wants insurers to have access to PDMP data and called for legislative changes to allow patient to access treatment services via telehealth.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
Proposed legislation aims to open the door for 8,000 international nurses to get the necessary visas to work at U.S. hospitals and help alleviate the nursing…
While Medicaid enrollment growth is slowing down, spending growth is expected to climb in the coming year.
The North Carolina-based health system is grappling with system disruptions associated with what it calls a “new form of the WannaCry virus.”
After its latest updates, the World Medical Association’s modern successor to the Hippocratic Oath now addresses physician burnout.
Overtreatment of breast cancer and other diseases is pervasive, burdening patients and the healthcare system with high costs and needless suffering.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’d be “happy” to bring a bipartisan Affordable Care Act stabilization bill to the floor—but with a major caveat.