From charges of bank fraud to running a pill mill, a number of doctors ended up in the headlines this week.
Nearly a quarter of patients on Medicaid filled a prescription for an opioid painkiller in 2015, according to a new report.
Stanford researchers are looking at ways the Apple Watch can improve health outcomes for patients recovering from a stroke or managing behavioral health issues.
Clinical nurse specialists are deployed in roles across health systems, but many are unable to apply their full scope of practice, a survey found.
The FTC took action Thursday to block a large rural nonprofit healthcare system from acquiring a large physician group.
One area where doctors have been able to get a consensus is their battle over Maintenance of Certification.
The EHR transition is "not something you just do with the turn of a switch,” said Poonam Alaigh, M.D., the VA’s acting undersecretary for health.
Payer execs and policy experts gathered in Austin, Texas, earlier this month to share strategies and solutions to navigate extraordinary change.
Simple formatting changes that rely on consistency and clarity could limit patient safety concerns linked to electronic health records.
A global specialty pharmaceutical company and a state hospital association have launched a new pain stewardship program that will educate providers and…