At Cleveland Clinic, a positive patient experience starts with a little empathy.
Two major powerhouses in the insurer and telecom world are partnering to try and improve efficiency and experience between providers and patients.
Successful remote patient monitoring programs are increasingly using predictive analytics to identify the members most likely to benefit and participate.
UnitedHealthcare is suing the owners of two lab companies for a fraud scheme that the insurer calls “greed personified.”
A Medicare initiative to prevent seniors and people with serious disabilities from developing Type 2 diabetes is off to a rocky start, experts say.
From facilitating EMRs to clinician communications, Wi-Fi plays a critical role in patient safety. But as IoHT becomes more prevalent, so do security concerns.
Healthcare workers are at a significant risk for violence in the workplace, but there are steps that health organizations can take to better protect employees.
As the rest of the healthcare industry continues to move towards value, drugmakers are doing the same in the form of private contracts.
Humana is making more moves into value-based care, following reports of a possible merger with Walmart.
Democratic lawmakers are taking another crack at a public option with a Medicare buy-in option for employers and individuals on ACA exchanges.
Abbott has released another cardiac device firmware update, its second and final one in a planned series of updates that began last year.
A joint letter urges HHS to close a loophole insurers claim leads to inappropriate steering of dialysis patients toward commercial policies.