Societal issues in the U.S., such as systemic racism, poverty and mass incarceration, contribute to health inequity, a new series of studies has found.

Drawing on the success of other large safety-net systems, NYC Health + Hospitals built an e-consultation program that streamlined access to specialty care.

An Atlanta health system saved Medicare $4.6 million during a 15-month span through a telehealth program that streamlined intensive care.

As lawmakers in Washington debate the next steps for U.S. healthcare reform, California officials may be looking to San Francisco as a model for the state.

The most recent enrollment data include some important clues about the current state of the Affordable Care Act marketplaces.

With regulatory uncertainty surrounding the health IT industry, the CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center advised systems to focus on value-based care.

As market interest grows in value-based payment models for pharmaceuticals, payers, manufacturers and regulators must address challenges.

Current approaches to healthcare reform could have significant impacts on women, especially for women who rely on Medicaid, according to a new analysis from…

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