ORLANDO, Fla.—Don Berwick, M.D., says the industry’s fee-for-service payment structure is “toxic.”
Healthcare leaders can expect even more uncertainty over healthcare reform in 2018 and new threats to cybersecurity.
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?
One of the co-founders of Medicare Advantage startup Clover Health is stepping down from his role as chief technology officer.
A stolen laptop at a UNC Health Care dermatology practice and an EHR hacking incident at a Louisville pulmonology practice compromised 56,000 records.
Five success factors for accelerating innovation through strategic partnerships.
Indiana prosecutors declined to intervene in a case alleging widespread fraud tied to EHR incentive payments.
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is partnering with Walgreens for telemedicine services, starting with a kiosk on Wall Street.
As the ACA enrollment season enters the home stretch, some worry that a surge of sign-ups will slow down the federal exchange and clog call centers.
A Missouri judged tossed a cased filed by Agnesian HealthCare against Cerner, ordering the health system to settle its claims through arbitration.
The VA's switch to its new Cerner EHR carries a hefty price tag: around $10 billion over a decade, officials said.
After departing HHS in October, Deven McGraw has joined a Silicon Valley startup called Ciitizen.