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The American Medical Association says health insurers are guilty of “foot-dragging” on prior authorization reforms.
Children’s Hospital Colorado has removed gender designation from its patient wristbands, plus more healthcare news from around the web.
As precision medicine continues to evolve, collaboration between the health providers at its forefront will be crucial to success.
Geisinger CEO David Feinberg said he won't head Amazon's new healthcare venture, and more healthcare news.
As the nation’s opioid addiction epidemic continues, a spike in heroin overdoses led one Florida hospital to develop a pilot rehab program.
The Miami area's biggest safety-net provider will roll out a price transparency initiative, but its chief executive officer is unsure what the impact will be for the wider market.
As Hurricane Matthew moves through the southeastern coast of the U.S. today and this weekend, hospitals in the region get ready to handle the dangers a natural disaster can bring.
When hospitals are publicly called out about their high prices, they do virtually nothing in response.
Despite room for improvement, the Affordable Care Act has strengthened Americans’ access to providers, a new literature review finds.
With the help of GIS technology, University of Miami researchers mapped three counties in Florida to identify socially and medically vulnerable older adults.