Three Boston-area hospitals have paid a collective $990,000 to settle HIPAA violations, plus more healthcare headlines.
AMA, AHIP and several prominent physician groups say ACOs need more time to take on risk.
While nonprofit health systems are doing more than ever to run efficiently, it's getting harder for them to make money.
The out-of-pocket cost burden has shifted over the last 10 years, according to a study by the Health Care Cost Institute.
Town Hall Ventures, the firm launched by Slavitt and fellow health business veterans Trevor Price and David Whelan, has closed its first venture fund.
Improved medication adherence could lead to significant cost savings and better care management, according to a new report.
Recovery audit contractors (RACs) returned $214 million to the Medicare program in fiscal year 2016.
OODA Health, a startup focused on eliminating waste and inefficiencies from healthcare administration, counted BCBS among its investors.
Prices went up at a rate more than twice what would ordinarily be expected when drugs go into shortage, according to a new study.
One analyst called the controversial deal “the true definition of disruption.” But will this upheaval help or harm the market?