Medicare inappropriately paid acute care hospitals for outpatient services they provided to patients who were inpatients at other facilities. Now it wants the…
NIH has made it a priority to involve underrepresented communities in its campaign, but the agency will have to overcome significant distrust.
A federal lawsuit has focused attention on how the industry uses medical codes for risk adjustment.
While many states have legalized medical marijuana, few medical schools are teaching future doctors anything about the subject.
A third of rural hospitals are at risk for closure, and those closures have a ripple effect on rural communities.
As technology fills in for therapists, researchers are pushing for "interim regulations" to oversee rapidly advancing chatbots.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services wants to take its innovation center in a "new direction," but two House Democratic leaders have…
New York will give Aetna a tax break, Medicaid expansion helped beneficiaries' finances, and other industry news.
State attorneys general battling the opioid crisis have turned their attention to payers, without acknowledging the steps they've already taken.
Health IT groups were surprised that ONC loosened EHR certification requirements and wondered if providers would bear the brunt of identifying deficiencies.