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People with behavioral and chronic health conditions are more likely to struggle to meet work requirements than other Medicaid beneficiaries.
Under its Medicaid expansion, rates of patient screening for colorectal cancer (CRC) in Kentucky have increased dramatically, a new study found.
The FDA has said that a vaccine for HPV can be used in patients up to age 45, plus more healthcare headlines.
Johnson, a 36-year veteran of HCA Healthcare, will retire at the end of the year. Here's more on his planned replacement.
Lay-health workers can assist patients with postdischarge needs such as appointment scheduling and transportation.
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education is turning its attention to ways to increase patient safety in residency training.
The healthcare industry is making strides in emergency preparedness, though progress is slow, according to a new report.
Yale New Haven Hospital and Hackensack University are among 32 groups that will test a model aiming to bridge the gap between clinical and community providers.
As the opioid epidemic continues, more hospitals are creating programs that seek to train emergency room doctors on ways to avoid prescribing powerful painkillers.
Strong community networks may be the key to sustained, long-term population health improvements, according to a new study.