New DirectTrust CEO Scott Stuewe explains why interoperability has lost its meaning, and what the organization's future holds.
Nemours' CEO says healthcare leaders and lawmakers need to pay attention to pediatric hospitals in the push for a value-based payment system.
A final rule sent to OMB last week resurfaces a contentious regulation last year that loosened "moral exemptions" for birth control coverage.
Anthem has agreed to pay HHS $16 million to following an investigation into the insurers landmark 2015 data breach.
Community Health Systems has announced that a subsidiary has agreed to sell a two-hospital health system in South Carolina by the end of the year.
Consumer organizations are disappointed in the deal, but industry experts say what happens next remains up in the air.
A Detroit Medical Center-affiliated hospital has been hit with charges of multiple labor violations from the National Labor Relations Board.
Aetna agreed to pay three states nearly $650,000. A fourth state, Washington, has not yet disclosed its settlement.
Today’s patients have greater expectations of what their doctors should be talking about during office visits, according to a new survey.
With average silver plan premiums declining in 2019, Verma said predictions from Trump critics have been "proven definitively untrue."