CMS needs to improve the cyber resiliency of its Enrollment Database, according to the Office of Inspector General.
Athenahealth's share price plummeted Tuesday after reports indicated that Elliott Management was backing away from its bid for the company.
Only 41 percent of payers can identify an action they’re taking to address physician burnout and 13 percent of health plans admit they’re doing nothing.
The massive opioid package will now head to reconciliation with the House of Representatives before advancing for the president's signature.
A paper published by the National Bureau of Economic research Monday says expanding Medicaid improved the financial health of many Michiganders.
Buyer’s guide: Selecting an oncology treatment validation vendor that checks all the boxes - Quality care and potential savings of millions of dollars
The Department of Justice has given the green light to insurance giant Cigna Corp.'s planned $67 billion acquisition of pharmacy benefit manager Express…
CMS wants to kill the fax machines, but providers and IT staff might not be ready.
Critics of the new policy say it lacks some crucial details, including how to determine when a less-expensive drug isn’t effective.
The best opportunities for plan administrators to control rising healthcare costs may lie in how they deal with specialty drugs.
Seven groups banded together to file the suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, plus more payer news from around the web.
Medicare costs and well-being don’t just happen on the individual level: They also happen on the community level.