Small physician practices across the country say the Allscripts attack has paralyzed patient care and forced them to borrow money to pay employees.

Technological innovations are transforming medical training and could help ease a global shortage of healthcare professionals.

Few doctors and other clinicians will see a Medicare pay increase in the final year of the value-based modifier program.

Among those with employer-sponsored insurance, healthcare spending per person reached a new high of $5,407 in 2016.

Researcher at Johns Hopkins are using big data analytics to identify and prevent diagnostic errors more quickly than with other methods.

Baby boomers are beginning to retire in large numbers, and the public health workforce could take a significant hit as a result, according to a new study. 

Staff from HHS are back to work after Congress agreed to a spending bill to fund the government until Feb. 8.

The short-term spending bill that President Trump signed on Monday offers both stability for CHIP enrollees and relief from certain ACA taxes.

Dayton, Ohio-based Premier Health will close one of its hospitals and consolidate services in an effort to cut costs as part of its 2020 strategic plan.