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Some providers are launching internal development and career pathway programs to train employees to fill workforce gaps.
The Senate Judiciary Committee wants the FTC to examine "potentially anticompetitive contracting practices between insurers and hospital systems."
Without clarity over how payers will reimburse telehealth services, only wealthy patients are using them.
Here's what a new survey from NRC Health found about what the strongest brands are getting right.
President Donald Trump has promised "massive" drug price cuts from major companies in two weeks, plus more healthcare headlines.
The Department of Health and Human Services has asked the Supreme Court to review a case with as much as $4 billion in Medicare payments at stake.
The University of Missouri's new approach to improving patient satisfaction also boosted employee satisfaction.
Even as the U.S. turns toward value-based care models, it continues to undervalue primary care, argues an op-ed in NEJM.
App makers are tackling everything from patient care and management to back-end operations and streamlined business processes.
This year brought a deluge of mobile healthcare technology news, from research findings to regulatory changes to new payer and provider tools.