Unless their financial situations improve, at least 21% of rural hospitals in the U.S. are at high risk of closing, according to a new report from Navigant.
UnitedHealthcare announced it will increase the amount of data collected from digital devices for those with chronic illnesses.
Addiction treatment providers must put patients’ interests first as the discussion over directories and online marketing evolves.
Mayo credited revenue increases to strong inpatient volumes, including from growth in the number of transplants, surgery inpatients and hospital admissions.
Cognizant will pay the SEC a $25 million settlement, while the DOJ indicted two former executives, all related to an alleged bribery scheme in India.
Healthcare executives identified declining reimbursement, patient experience, managing IT and cybersecurity as top challenges and priorities in 2019.
The former CEO of eHealth Technologies is accused of defrauding the company and was indicted on multiple charges by a federal grand jury.
As a federal judge reviews the merger between CVS Health and Aetna, the Department of Justice is sticking by its agreement with the two companies.
Spending in commercial plans grew significantly between 2016 and 2017, due in part to the growing number of pricey specialty therapies.
In emergency departments across the country, the next step in addressing opioid abuse—a means to divert addicted patients into treatment—remains elusive.
The implementation of the ACA has significantly narrowed the disparities in coverage experienced by people of color.