The Department of Labor finalized a rule on Tuesday to expand association health plans, a move criticized by industry groups.

While a legal battle goes on, a state appeals court has reinstated California’s physician aid-in-dying law, at least temporarily.

In order to control ever-increasing Medicaid spending, some states are taking a unique step: addressing underlying social issues related to health.

Community health centers have seen a significant boost in patient visits over the past several years, according to a new report.

New data released by the Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday shows suicide rates for veterans have increased over the last decade.

An administrative law judge ruled MD Anderson must pay $4.3 million for HIPAA violations tied to unencrypted devices stolen in 2012 and 2013.

Here's how the study commissioned by the American Hospital Association and the Federation of American Hospitals reached that number.

Teladoc is on pace to hit its goal of 2 million visits in 2018, and Doctor on Demand says it saw a triple-digit increase in visits last year.

Anthem's purchase of Aspire Health is a done deal, the Indianapolis-based insurer announced Monday.

An inside look at how Purdue Pharma pushed OxyContin despite risks of addiction and fatalities.