UnitedHealthcare’s wellness program has expanded the range of wearable devices that participants are allowed to use.
A district judge denied Draeger's motion to dismiss claims from Rush University Medical Center over failures in its patient monitoring technology.
As providers embrace MACRA, it will become easier to translate quality reporting into quality-improving care strategies.
What being old and sick in America can mean—and how older patients can navigate the often treacherous journey through the healthcare system.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association has partnered with a new company to offer personalized diabetes care to members of its affiliated health plans.
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Two weeks after CHIME was scheduled to announce the winners of its National Patient ID Challenge, the organization has called it off.
The lawsuit claims eClinicalWorks deficiencies meant patients couldn't rely on their medical records' accuracy.
If he’s confirmed as the next secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar will have his hands full.
President Donald Trump’s top choice to replace Tom Price as Health and Human Services secretary, Alex Azar, is a departure from the norm.
CareFirst CEO Chet Burrell knows a thing or two about how to execute a successful patient-centered medical home model.
Expanding telemedicine programs could lead to an "Amazon effect" where a few large systems begin to dominate virtual care.