As more health systems are integrating OpenNotes into their facilities, the benefits of allowing patients to view their medical records are becoming clearer.

During her confirmation hearing, the potential head of the CMS, Seema Verma, faced only one question about her ties with former Indiana Governor Mike Pence.

The nation's largest insurers said they won't cover genetic tests for cancer because there is a lack of clinical evidence.

Anchored by the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, is working to become a showcase for healthcare innovation—but challenges include risk aversion.

In a changing healthcare landscape, more doctors are putting both M.D. and M.B.A. credentials after their names.

It takes the healthcare industry close to two decades to implement evidence-based care protocols. There are four reasons for the lag.

In the wake of high-profile data breaches, cybersecurity has become a top priority for insurance executives and triggered more board involvement.

Plenty of Americans make the decision to donate their organs when they die, so why not do the same with a lifetime of medical data?