A Wall Street Journal report shows a high percentage of tax-exempt hospital executives earn seven-figure pay packages.

Maryland's ambitious payment overhaul has begun to demonstrate savings and a change in culture, say new reports.

The debate over the state of the 340B drug discount program continues to swirl. 

The organizations intend to create a system that would feature 24-hour access to care for mental health and addiction.

Lawmakers are still trying to resolve additional provisions attached to a $1.3 trillion spending bill approved last month.

Federal policy decisions reduced consumer choice and raised healthcare insurance premiums in 2018, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Many insurers offering plans in the Affordable Care Act's exchanges turned a profit for the first time in 2017, a new analysis finds.

Ascension Health has cut hundreds of jobs in Michigan, a growing trend as systems face fiscal pressures.

A bipartisan caucus will support legislation that helps generate innovative, value-driven healthcare policies.

HHS Secretary Alex Azar went before Congress to once again defend the Trump administration's 2019 budget for the agency.