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A ProPublica investigation found that millions of Americans' medical images and health data are sitting unprotected on the internet.
Former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., is joining real-world data software company Aetion’s board of directors.
States want to try value-based payment models for drug costs, but there are plenty of barriers to implementation, according to a new report.
Oncology centers blasted a Trump administration proposal to bundle Medicare payments for radiation therapy.
At least six states are creating their own health insurance marketplaces or are seriously considering doing so.
Social determinants of health such as housing instability make it difficult for states to treat high-cost Medicaid beneficiaries, a watchdog found.
A New Jersey physician has pleaded guilty to his role in one of the largest healthcare fraud cases ever investigated by the federal government.
Employers are rethinking their approach to health benefit design to curb costs—and to stay competitive in a tight job market, a new report shows.
Rebates for Part D drugs grew from 2011 to 2015 but not enough to offset price spikes, a study found.
The first question plunged the candidates into another debate about the merits and missteps of a “Medicare for All” plan.