The ongoing dispute in Albert Lea, Minnesota, highlights one of the major issues in U.S. healthcare policy, observers say.
CareFirst CEO Chet Burrell knows a thing or two about how to execute a successful patient-centered medical home model.
Five success factors for accelerating innovation through strategic partnerships.
Inpatients who are cared for by their primary care physicians have lower mortality rates than those treated by hospitalists, according to a new study.
Some healthcare experts are angry with the presidential commission's argument that the push for cannabis legalization could help fuel the opioid epidemic.
The increased prevalence of narrow-network health plans can actually be beneficial, especially as the industry shifts to value-based payment models.
There are several reasons why accountable care organizations may generate sluggish savings, according to a new study.
A bipartisan committee is calling on the GAO to study drug-resistant superbugs, a growing threat in hospitals across the country and globe.
In addition to overdoses, hospitals are also dealing with an overwhelming number of infectious diseases among intravenous drug users.
The experience of one Medicare ACO shows that the model can be adapted to meet the needs of safety-net providers and their unique patient populations.
The leader of the largest trade group for Medicaid health plans wants states to think twice before enacting work requirements.