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Physicians are more likely to prescribe opioids to patients to treat pain later in the day or if appointments are running late, according to a study.
CMS has approved Arizona's waiver for work requirements, making it the eighth state to test them, plus more insurance news.
While doctors have been urged to avoid prescribing opioids together with benzodiazepines whenever possible, a study says the practice has increased.
Healthcare, including maternity care, has become linked to Medicaid in rural areas, which are often home to lower-income people.
Changes in the fiscal landscape of rural healthcare has reshaped how women in those communities give birth.
Nurses are increasingly front and center in healthcare innovation efforts, from the classroom to the bedside to the executive suite.
Hospitals and nursing schools are prepping nurses to embrace innovation with a variety of programs and grants.
The number of individuals in high-deductible, employer-sponsored plans grew by more than 2.2 million people in 2016, plus more research news.
Medicaid played a role in improving financial health and reducing medical debts for low-income people.
From Kaiser Health News: With federal investigators bearing down on his committee, Tom Price showed little restraint in investing in health companies.