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The head of the American Medical Association warned automating prior authorization requests isn't the final solution to problems plaguing providers.
One in five patients who underwent elective surgery got a surprise bill for out-of-network services, according to a new study.
Significantly more physicians are using emerging health technology in their clinical practice than they were just three years ago.
Despite objections from Epic and other organizations, some stakeholders want HHS to finalize proposed data-sharing regulations now.
We are calling for nominations to honor minority leaders in the industry who are shaping the way healthcare of the future will be delivered.
Is there an optimal number of patients that primary care doctors should care for? A new study finds there's no evidence-based answer.
The country’s largest medical specialty society said it’s time for the U.S. to transition to a healthcare system that achieves universal coverage.
The AMA is partnering with crowdfunding company RedCrow to drive more collaboration between physicians and startup entrepreneurs and investors.
How can health plans more effectively trim administrative costs without sacrificing member or provider satisfaction? Here are three steps to consider.
Insurers aim to ease provider burden on prior authorization by helping physician offices incorporate more electronic automation processes.