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A significant challenge in quality improvement is demonstrating the return on investment in such initiatives, but a prioritization framework may help.
Health IT executives in the U.S. are calling on Congress to lift a ban on unique patient identifiers, highlighting success in Britain's NHS.
The agreement would add $2 billion to the National Institutes of Health and fund community health centers.
CMS saw a sharp decrease in the number of doctors opting out of participation in Medicare in 2017 and more news from around the web.
A physicians group offers a step-by-step guide to avoiding a penalty under MIPS, plus more news from around the web.
Great Britain is turning to American PAs to help solve its own physician shortage, luring them with cash and long European vacations.
The updated OIG work plan will evaluate Department of Health and Human Services' response to cybersecurity threats.
As Washington politicians have so far failed to come to any agreement about how to fix the U.S. healthcare, there’s no shortage of ideas from those around the country.
The healthcare industry is slowly shoring up its cybersecurity defenses, but it might not be moving fast enough to prepare for a wide-scale attack.
Despite the exciting new ways big data is being used to improve healthcare, its huge data quality, privacy and security problems remain unresolved.