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Telemedicine might not be the silver bullet to improve rural healthcare.
UnitedHealthcare piloted a program aimed at getting oncologists to prescribe more generics that offers lessons to payers.
There are fewer heart disease-related deaths in states that expanded Medicaid coverage under the ACA, according to new research.
Billionaire philanthropist Sean Parker explains why he's so bullish on cell therapy as part of his Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy.
HHS’ drug pricing plans are meant to signal to the healthcare industry—and voters—that it's serious on this issue, experts say.
Improving nurses’ work environment is a key focus area for better patient safety, but many hospitals lag behind, according to a new study.
A new study identified one of the biggest barriers preventing patients from receiving their flu shot: the time of day the patient sees their doctor.
Bundled payments are pushing hospitals to cut back on discharges to skilled nursing facilities, according to a new study.
A survey found that more than 60% of doctors reported little to no familiarity with MIPS.
Insurers are hesitant to reimburse for the treatments, so the number of patients being treated hasn't reached projections.