Two Los Angeles-area pharmacy owners have been found guilty for their role in a $35 million scheme to defraud Medicare.
A former VA pathologist and a California neurosurgeon are both facing criminal charges in the deaths of patients.
Six technologies have had the most positive impact on the operation of physician practices.
Physicians certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine will soon have a new option that takes some of the pain out of MOC.
Specialty drugs made up 1% of prescriptions for employers but accounted for 40% of total drug spending last year, an analysis found.
A collaboration between California payers and providers yielded millions in savings and prevented thousands of unneeded ER visits and admissions.
Payers and providers have made significant investments in digitizing the healthcare system but have yet to see a return on that investment.
Individual market enrollment is down 5% in the first quarter of 2019 compared to 2018's first quarter, a new analysis finds.
The Trump administration is appealing a judge’s decision to block its plan to force drug companies to include list prices in television advertisements.
Fewer than 4 in 10 health systems can successfully share data with other health systems, which presents a number of challenges.