A coalition of New York hospitals is targeting emergency department “super users” in hopes of reducing unneeded emergency department visits.
Programs used frequently to treat physicians with substance abuse or mental health problems have fallen under criticism due to a relative lack of oversight.
Just as a financial advisor spends the time discovering their clients’ retirement goals and how many kids they’re sending to college, doctors need to engage…
President Barack Obama challenged the public and politicians to help the federal government fix the Affordable Care Act's growing pains.
One of New York City’s top cancer care providers this week announced a partnership with employers to simplify the care process.
As the nation’s opioid addiction epidemic continues, a spike in heroin overdoses led one Florida hospital to develop a pilot rehab program.
With ransomware attacks on EHRs and other systems more common than ever, providers must remain "defensive," government cybersecurity experts said on…
Researchers from Scripps Health will study the value of text messaging in a clinical trial focused on improving diabetes management.
The National Association for State Health Policy has floated proposals to combat rising drug prices.
Charity and other uncompensated care costs dropped steeply at Ohio hospitals compared to 2013 as statewide coverage rates improved.