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IBM Watson Health plans to collaborate on researching the use of AI to address major public health issues, such as patient safety and health equity.
A group spearheaded by healthcare and business leaders in California has a plan to address the state's doctor shortage, plus more healthcare news.
A growing body of evidence indicates that cheaper, human-derived insulin is as clinically effective as analogue formulations.
Moving Medicare Part B drugs into Part D could bring down drug spending, but may also boost out-of-pocket costs for some, according to a new study.
Persistently high-cost Medicare patients are younger, members of minority groups, dual-eligible for Medicaid or suffer from end-stage renal disease.
A new study links lower readmission rates and higher mortality rates for patients with heart failure and pneumonia, renewing questions about the HRRP.
Here's a look at five doctors who made news in 2018 and who you’ll want to keep an eye on in 2019.
A lot of patients aren’t completely honest with their doctor and withhold medically relevant information from clinicians, according to a new study.
Partners HealthCare and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care have tabled their merger discussions—for now, at least.
Experts warn more work is needed to prove the link between communication-and-resolution programs and patient safety.