CMS has failed to recover more than half of the nearly $3 billion in Medicaid overpayments identified by auditors over an 11-year period.

A class-action lawsuit against Teladoc follows a report detailing the CFO’s relationship with a subordinate that included stock trading.

The agreement ends drawn-out negotiations that intensified over the last several months.

Analysts cited new health spending data that shows flat growth in retail drug costs offset by higher physician-administered drug spending.

After nearly a year of back-and-forth with smaller insurers in the courts, CMS will use statewide average premiums to determine the payment amounts.

The Trump administration's proposed public charge rule could affect the health status of 350,000 patients at the country's largest public hospital.

Healthcare spending slowed for the second consecutive year, largely due to lower utilization of services.

There’s a big demand for both physicians and nurse practitioners, and it's driving up compensation, according to a new study.