Keyword: Pew Charitable Trusts
Year by year, resistance to extending Medicaid to more low-income Americans in conservative states has given way.
Only half of patients seeking care for three common ailments in outpatient settings receive the right antibiotic, according to a new study.
At least six states are creating their own health insurance marketplaces or are seriously considering doing so.
A handful of major healthcare groups and vendors are throwing their weight behind ONC's information blocking proposal.
There seems to be one consistent theme among healthcare groups sounding off on the proposed information blocking rule: The timeline is too aggressive.
The reduction in opioid prescriptions came at a cost to some pain patients.
The precipitous drop has puzzled and alarmed many health policy analysts, while several states say it reflects an improving economy.
Healthcare industry groups want ONC and CMS to focus on EHR usability, interoperability and alignment of workflow and documentation requirements.
Three senators are concerned about the FDA's Pre-Cert program. VA and DOD leaders pledge accountability on EHR modernization.
Echoing a report from the Pew Charitable Trusts, a panel of experts emphasized the need for standards to resolve patient matching issues.