Two top credit rating agencies warned that if a ruling striking down the Affordable Care Act is upheld, it would be costly for the healthcare sector.
Providers can’t afford to be solely reactive when it comes to patient harm; they have to be prepared to anticipate these safety events as well.
Research shows social determinants of health (SDoH) drive 80+% of health outcomes. That’s why addressing a patient’s housing and food needs reduces health…
The National Labor Relations Board will look into an ongoing spat between Kaiser Permanente and a union representing 85,000 of its workers.
The dialysis giant said it would drop the price in an effort to speed approval from federal regulators.
Physician practice from region to region can vary significantly. But what can be done to mitigate this phenomenon? Evidence-based tools may be the answer.
The District of Columbia government filed suit against Ascension Health on Friday and more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Stanford Medicine's latest annual "Health Trends" report shows data sharing is improving, but there's still a long road ahead.
Judge Reed O’Connor ruled that the individual mandate is "essential to and inseverable from the remainder of the ACA."
Legislation aimed at reducing deaths of women from pregnancy and childbirth will advance to the president's desk after passing the Senate on Thursday.
Obesity and drug-related deaths are getting worse, but stats that can predict the nation's health years from now, while not perfect, are improving.
A study from Dartmouth found better health outcomes among VA hospitals than private hospitals, plus other headlines from around the web.