The FDA's Seth Carmody debunks four myths about the agency's role in medical device cybersecurity.
The patient-centered medical home model is growing and those practices have more non-physician clinicians on staff and higher use of electronic health records.
A three-pronged approach can strengthen population health efforts for the “silent middle”: an underserved population that could benefit from preventative…
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce urged an appeals court to dismiss a class action lawsuit against CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield following a 2015 data breach.
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.
Seema Verma, President Donald Trump’s nominee as the new administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, was short on specifics as she faced…
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.
DOD officials expressed high hopes for its new $4.3 billion EHR system, indicating that it will change patient engagement and improve care.