Expanding telemedicine programs could lead to an "Amazon effect" where a few large systems begin to dominate virtual care.
Lawmakers want HHS two explain why two cybersecurity officials tasked to run the HCCIC were reassigned in September, effectively shutting down operations.
Payouts from malpractice claims filed against nurse practitioners are on the rise, according to a new report.
In the second week of the 2017 open enrollment period, more than 876,000 people enrolled in coverage on Healthcare.gov.
New HIMSS CEO Hal Wolf discusses the expanding role of the healthcare CIO, government regulations, IT budgets and more.
A median 350-bed hospital would have lost $3.5 million to increased denial write-offs from healthcare payers over the past four years, according to a new…
UnitedHealthcare has unveiled a new program that offers personalized concierge services to its Medicare Advantage members.
Senate Republicans now plan to repeal the ACA's individual mandate in their tax overhaul package—and the healthcare industry isn’t happy about it.
Since Iowa's retroactive coverage elimination waiver got the green light from CMS, other states may follow in its footsteps.
Three hospital groups and several individual hospitals have filed suit against HHS to prevent billions in cuts to the 340B drug discount program.