NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is partnering with Walgreens for telemedicine services, starting with a kiosk on Wall Street.

Some of the largest health systems in the country are bridging financial gaps through stocks, mergers and other investments. 

Fitch Ratings has upgraded its outlook for the health insurance industry from negative to stable.

To attract more doctors to primary care, CMS is reforming Medicare payment systems—paying more for managing care for patients with chronic conditions.

The VA's switch to its new Cerner EHR carries a hefty price tag: around $10 billion over a decade, officials said.

Veterans could face barriers to medical care if Congress doesn’t approve emergency funding for the Veterans Choice program.

Twenty people are facing charges related to a massive fraud scheme that bilked public funded insurance programs out of $146 million.

After departing HHS in October, Deven McGraw has joined a Silicon Valley startup called Ciitizen.

The digital health industry waited six years for the FDA to release CDS guidance. Now that it's here, some say the agency didn't push far enough.

The deal will allow the organizations to expand their reach via 700 care sites and 139 hospitals across 28 states.