The Trump administration doesn't want to dictate what’s best for doctors, HHS Secretary Tom Price said.

From Kaiser Health News: If it passes, a bill before the House of Representatives would cap “noneconomic” damages in malpractice lawsuits at $250,000.

Former Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, launched the Biden Cancer Initiative on Monday.

Anthem has broken ranks with its fellow insurers and offered support for the Senate’s version of a healthcare bill.

Eric C. Hunter, CEO of safety-net health plan CareOregon, said that if population health efforts were successful, hospitals would have to scale back services.

The AMIA is getting impatient with the Trump administration’s indecisiveness over updates to the Common Rule that have health IT implications.

The CBO score of the Senate healthcare overhaul bill may make it harder for the measure to pass, save for one upside.

Technology giants like IBM, GE and Google that are investing in AI for healthcare will need to overcome a fundamental industry flaw: access to data.

An estimated 22 million people would either lose or voluntarily give up their health insurance by 2026 under the Senate’s healthcare plan.