FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb praised the passage of right-to-try legislation during a wide-ranging discussion on healthcare in D.C. Wednesday.
Maryland-based CareFirst found new leadership in a familiar face, with current COO Brian Pieninck set to take over.
A new white paper explores the ways in which health coaches and other types of care coordinators can help improve patient health outcomes.
The Indianapolis-based insurer says it has reached a deal to buy Aspire Health, a massive palliative care provider that serves 25 states.
In a letter obtained by FierceHealthcare, Epic CEO Judy Faulkner said the total costs on Epic's UI Health bid was lower than Cerner's.
Over the past five years, there have been many great changes in medicine - targeted biologics, expanded minimally invasive surgical procedures, meaningful…
The nation's largest public system claims UnitedHealthcare improperly denied $11.5 million in claims, mostly tied to emergency department visits.
HHS released the language of the proposed rule change for Title X family planning providers on Tuesday night.
Hospital organizations are urging the Health Resources and Services Administration to implement the long-awaited 340B final rule.
A new analysis finds that consumers pay more out-of-pocket for certain high-cost drug therapies under Part D than under Part B.
AHIP found that prescription drugs and doctor services costs make up almost half of premium spending, an amount that even surprised researchers.
Two federal policies could add thousands of dollars in premiums to benchmark plans, according to an analysis by the Center for American Progress.