The U.S. economic burden of chronic diseases including diabetes, obesity and cancer has reached about $3.8 trillion in direct and indirect costs, according to…
Venture funding for digital health companies leveled off in the first quarter of 2019, dropping 19% compared to Q1 2018, according to a new report.
About 1 in 5 physicians currently uses telehealth to care for patients—up from about 5% in 2015—and that figure is expected to soar within the next few years.
Despite an industry focus on the benefits of primary care, such services make up just a fraction of Medicare spending.
Congress should change the definition of "Medicaid shortfall," the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission said Thursday.
As they pay more for healthcare and expect technology to enable their interactions with service providers, consumers are now more engaged.
Cerner said it will add four new board members, increase its margin targets, and buy back shares.
Atrium Health, Wake Forest Baptist Health and Wake Forest University are exploring a partnership that would create a new medical school.
The DOJ filed charges against 24 telemedicine and medical equipment execs and physicians for alleged participation in a $1.2 billion fraud scheme.
The Trump administration is interested in the concept of creating post-acute care bundles, the head of the CMMI told an audience on Monday.