Total expenses for prescription drugs are significantly larger for private insurance companies than for Medicaid or Medicare Part D.
Using MIPS to incentivize primary care physicians to cut hospital readmission rates by decreasing their payments may not work, a study suggests.
America's opioid epidemic hasn't been fueled by illegal street drugs. Sadly, doctor-issued prescriptions after a medical procedure or in response to…
Resetting cultural beliefs and behaviors requires a top-down commitment and a systematic approach to reshaping organizational culture.
Although healthcare plays a role, behavioral and social factors have significantly more influence on longevity of people in the U.S., according to a new study.
Health insurance deductibles continue to rise and are up 150% from 2009, according to a study from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Friday, CMS announced a delay in its final national coverage determination for chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy.
Patients with Crohn’s disease who used a digital care coordination solution were more likely to stay out of the hospital.
DOJ’s enforcement focus on healthcare has been consistently intense over the last 20 years, though the specific areas of scrutiny shift and evolve.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. said on Friday that it plans to acquire InstaMed, a U.S. healthcare payments technology firm.
Microsoft is warning users to patch their legacy operating systems quickly to avoid another WannaCry ransomware attack.