After more than two years of grim news from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the department finally has some good news: risk of death or complications after…

The title of a new survey of female physicians on mental health diagnosis, treatment and reporting pretty much says it all: “I would never want to have a…

Though a ruling for the plaintiffs in House v. Burwell would strain the finances of payers, federal regulators appear to be offering some relief.

An increased emphasis on high-value care delivery means healthcare needs new strategies to align doctors and system-wide incentives.

When researchers took the time to observe what really keeps doctors busy during the day, the results were hardly surprising, but certainly disheartening, says…

The daily demands on nurses make it hard for them to take needed breaks during a long shift, but administrators at a Seattle hospital may have found a way to…

While blockchain holds promise for improving healthcare security and efficiency, success will hinge on implementation within appropriate policy structures.

House Republicans are concerned the Obama administration is open to settling insurer lawsuits over risk corridor payments, saying the program must remain…