Almost 1 in 5 patients report they have faced some kind of discrimination in their dealings with doctors and hospitals.
One year after a law went into effect in Colorado that allows medical aid in dying, between 45 and 55 terminally ill adults have requested prescriptions.
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?
Patient safety expert Peter Pronovost, M.D., announced on Twitter that he will leave Johns Hopkins for UnitedHealthcare.
ORLANDO, Fla.—It's only been a year, but Keck Medicine USC has already found success with a new program to engage physicians.
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An email-based approach to care coordination can improve patient outcomes and lead to better provider satisfaction, according to a new study.
CMS' IT systems are ready to launch in 2018, but the OIG flagged concerns about the ability to resubmit data to maximize reimbursement.
President Donald Trump's public health declaration allows patients to receive addiction treatment via telehealth, but it's unclear whether doctors…
The American Medical Group Association expects nearly 60% of their Medicare revenues will be tied to risk by 2019.
After she published a study about workplace sexual harassment in the medical field, Reshma Jagsi, M.D., began hearing stories from perfect strangers.
Medical groups urged congressional leaders to act quickly to come up with a permanent fix to protect so-called Dreamers.