From California Healthline: Single-payer healthcare, a longtime goal of progressive Democrats and the nurses’ union, is dead for now. 

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

Two manufacturers of a cardiac device that allows physicians to remotely monitor patient data agreed to pay nearly $13.5 million to settle fraud allegations.

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.

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

Just six states offer comprehensive protections from balance billing, according to an analysis from the Commonwealth Fund.

Although it has improved access to behavioral healthcare for its members, Kaiser Permanente could face additional fines for not going far enough.

Researchers at the University of Michigan say the FDA needs to make use of existing administrative data to improve medical device safety.

New research shows smart pill bottles may not be the cure for medication adherence, but researchers are still holding out hope that new technology can make an…

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