ORLANDO, Fla.—Don Berwick, M.D., says the industry’s fee-for-service payment structure is “toxic.”
If you live in Massachusetts, you may be healthier and have greater access to healthcare providers, according to the latest America's Health Rankings.
Enrollment in Medicare Advantage has been rising for 20 years and shows no sign of slowing down. What does this mean for payers, providers and investors?
As wildfires continue to burn in Southern California, some regional hospitals have been forced to transfer patients to other locations.
Despite the common perception that the uninsured are more likely to visit the ER, new research contends that isn't actually the case.
Five success factors for accelerating innovation through strategic partnerships.
Healthcare leaders can expect even more uncertainty over healthcare reform in 2018 and new threats to cybersecurity.
In rural areas of the country, doctors, their assistants and patients feel the effects of a shortage of providers.
Bias, overt and hidden, remains a barrier that keeps many prospective doctors with disabilities out of the medical field, says Cheri A. Blauwet, M.D.…
Six senators from both sides of the aisle want to include legislation in a year-end package to stop planned 340B cuts.
To attract more doctors to primary care, CMS is reforming Medicare payment systems—paying more for managing care for patients with chronic conditions.
States can see a significant return on investment by designing programs targeted at high-need, high-cost Medicaid enrollees.