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The Medicaid Transformation Project, which AVIA and Andy Slavitt launched earlier this year, has gained seven new members.
A study out of Boston shows EHR alerts can reduce tests without reducing quality and more healthcare news from around the web.
IBM Watson Health CEO steps down, and Boston researchers show the value of EHR alerts.
Three Boston-area hospitals have paid a collective $990,000 to settle HIPAA violations, plus more healthcare headlines.
It's never just lunch, say researchers who found that relatively small pharmaceutical payments had an undue influence on physician prescribing behavior.
Are hospitals choosing subpar candidates to fill positions in the midst of a labor shortage?
Housing instability is a common problem for patients who seek care at community health centers.
At Boston Medical Center, a key strategy in recruiting and retaining frontline workers is recognizing what they do.
Surgeons have developed a strategy to help keep postsurgical patients from misusing or abusing their prescription painkillers.
A new study found that one in 12 physicians has received payments from drugmakers that sell prescription opioid painkillers.