Patients who see a nurse practitioner or physician assistant in community health centers receive comparable care to that of a physician, a new study has found.

Health insurance startup Oscar lost about $204.9 million last year, though its top executive is still hoping for a turnaround in 2017.

Just as the fate of the ACA is up in the air, so is the future of accountable care organizations, which were established under the healthcare reform law.

Billions of dollars and an immeasurable level of excitement surround precision medicine, but significant challenges remain.

A successful value-based healthcare experiment in Colorado could serve as a model for the rest of the country as policymakers consider changes to Medicaid.

A group of provider organizations led by the American Medical Association asked federal health officials to delay 2015 EHR certification at least one year.

A new GAO report criticizes ongoing efforts by HHS to address information exchange among post-acute care providers, highlighting five areas of concern.

More patients with Medicaid have been able to schedule appointments with primary care physicians since the Affordable Care Act took effect, a new study found.