Keyword: Jonathan H. Burroughs
Politicians should consider the consequences of a lawsuit that aims to overturn the Affordable Care Act, writes Jonathan Burroughs, M.D.
Imposing work requirements on Medicaid beneficiaries will only work if states can connect people to jobs that have insurance.
What exactly is CHIP, and why is its federal funding so important to the health and safety of children throughout the country?
Now's the time to rethink who conducts clinical documentation on behalf of your organization.
Medical staff services professionals have come a long way in the past few decades and are now essential members of the healthcare leadership team.
Why are covered lives so important? For one, health insurance is more affordable if everyone participates.
The continued polarization of political platforms will do nothing to solve the debate over healthcare.
Many U.S. patients with serious illnesses are being treated with fast-tracked drugs that have questionable evidence behind them, a new study finds.
The proposed Meadows-MacArthur amendment to the AHCA is a sop to the Freedom Caucus while moving the bill even further away from moderate opposition.
The recent CBO report analyzing the GOP healthcare bill caused many Republicans and most Democrats to distance themselves from what they perceived to be political poison.