FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Wednesday called for tighter scrutiny of electronic health records systems.
Maryland-based MedStar Health has agreed to pay $35 million to settle allegations it paid kickbacks to a cardiology group in exchange for referrals.
The Trump administration announced it would allow Medicare Advantage plans to use step therapy. Here's what that means for MA plans and Part B meds.
While UPS didn't say which vaccine it would be using in the project, Reuters confirmed with pharma giant Merck that it is looking at participating.
A new study reveals that inpatient psychiatric facilities are spending vast amounts of their budgets to comply with CMS regulations.
Getting a ride in an air ambulance during an emergency can save a patient's life. It can also saddle them with some seriously big bills.
Anthony Tersigni, CEO of Catholic healthcare giant Ascension, will retire at the end of the year, officials announced on Thursday.
Denying FDA-approved medications that treat opioid use disorder (OUD) should be considered denying appropriate medical treatment, says a report.
Penn Medicine officials chose an internal candidate to lead the $7.8 billion organization, noting his past experience leading major projects.
Despite the benefits, 30% of American adults and nearly half of millennials don’t have a primary care physician.