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The open enrollment period for 2018 Affordable Care Act exchange plans is likely to see fewer signups than last year, according to a new report.
There’s debate over the role the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule should play as healthcare moves toward value-based payment systems.
In the wake of yet another failed attempt at ACA repeal, there are more questions than answers about what will happen next.
Allowing vendors and providers to charge fees for managing health data will prompt a larger investment in interoperability, Niam Yaraghi says.
A better way to regulate narrow networks is to take a “multilayered approach” that involves an efficient and neutral dispute resolution process, experts say.
Some GOP senators are looking to bridge the gap with Democrats, a move experts say could improve a reform effort’s chance for success.
Progress to address skyrocketing healthcare costs is, and will continue to be, a slow process, experts at a panel discussion said.
New research shows HIEs cut down on redundant and unnecessary medical tests by giving physicians access to a patient’s current medical history.
An executive order targeting the H-1B visa program could put additional pressure on the already tenuous health IT job market and raise healthcare costs.
President Donald Trump’s new executive order aiming to reduce the number of federal regulations could be good for the healthcare industry, according to policy experts interviewed by FierceHealthcare.