A high-ranking Senate Democrat is probing whether CMS Administrator Seema Verma violated her ethics agreement.

Two Indiana attorneys have dropped a lawsuit alleging more than 60 hospitals submitted fraudulent Meaningful Use data.

Health insurers say CMS “misses the mark” with a proposal aimed at tackling high drug prices in Medicare Part D.

The Senate fell 10 votes short of the 60 needed to keep the government running until mid-February.

The House passed a short-term spending bill, but a divided Senate may lead U.S. to a government shutdown.

Opponents say HHS’ new “conscience and religious freedom” division will allow discrimination against women and LGBTQ patients.

Humana, which like other health insurers will benefit from the new tax law, will share some of that windfall with its employees.

In a final plea, CareFirst attorneys warned that companies would be inundated with data breach lawsuits without the high court's review.

Allscripts is investigating a ransomware attack impacting a limited number of applications, according to a company spokesperson.