The FDA plans to request congressional funding and authority to create a medical device cybersecurity response team.
Denied claims tied to inaccurate patient identification cost the average hospital $1.5 million.
A Georgia governor is hoping to pressure a hospital and an insurer to make a deal to get 650,000 beneficiaries out of limbo.
Experts say Amazon's decision not to expand its reach in the medical supply chain was due to hospitals' "entrenched" approach.
A class-action lawsuit filed last week accuses Cigna of colluding with an administrative claims vendor in a cost-shifting scheme to overcharge members.
The U.S. has made strides in preparing for health emergencies over the past five years, but challenges still remain, according to a new report.
The nation's largest health insurer saw a 13.3% increase in Q1 revenues, beating expectations and adding new beneficiaries to Medicare Advantage.
Improving patients' access to care is more than just a public health imperative—it should be an economic one, too.
NYC Health + Hospitals expanded a program to provide telehealth services to patients from Rikers Island.
Healthcare apps play a prominent role in a rapidly evolving mobile app industry, according to a new report.