More than 20 healthcare executives tell FierceHealthcare how to build better relationships between payers and network physicians.

Scammers are taking advantage of the opioid epidemic, recruiting patients and using fake addresses to enroll them in out-of-state plans.

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.

From charges of bank fraud to running a pill mill, a number of doctors ended up in the headlines this week.

Given the country’s opioid epidemic, law enforcement agencies are aggressively going after medical professionals who illegally prescribe these drugs.

The government incorrectly paid hundreds of millions of dollars in EHR incentive payments to healthcare professionals who did not meet Meaningful Use…

Two laws designed to prevent fraudulent payments in healthcare are making it difficult for smaller providers to get cybersecurity assistance.

Federal investigators searched a genetic testing company’s offices in California, as well as a number of physician offices, in a fraud investigation.