JPMorgan Chase & Co. said on Friday that it plans to acquire InstaMed, a U.S. healthcare payments technology firm.
CMS finalized Thursday a scaled-back version of its plan to allow Part D plans greater leeway to use step therapy for drugs in protected classes.
The House and the Senate have unveiled dueling legislation aimed at surprise billing, and the two are split on one key element: arbitration.
Merging has proven to be a flawed strategy for many hospitals and perhaps has slowed progress toward value-based care.
Two common antibiotics will be the first products produced through an agreement with Civica Rx, the generic drug company started by hospitals.
The Health IT Advisory Committee is wrestling with the information blocking rule and specifically the fees for the delivery of medical records.
LetsGetChecked, a direct-to-consumer at-home health testing company, recently secured $30 million in a series B funding round
Consumer complaints about surprise bills have fallen in New York thanks to its arbitration protocol, according to a new report.
Improving patients' access to behavioral health care could save U.S. hospitals millions, according to a new analysis from the American Hospital…
House appropriators Thursday approved a spending bill that provides $1.6 billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs' EHR implementation.