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Sixteen medical professionals, including six doctors and seven pharmacists, were among those charged in a Texas healthcare fraud and opioid takedown.
Blue Shield of California is piloting transportation benefits with some of its members in Sacramento.
The healthcare impacts of climate change cost more than $10 billion in the U.S. in 2012 alone, a new analysis found.
In a huge win for hospitals, a federal judge has tossed the Trump administration's rule instituting site-neutral payments.
An estimated 73 million Americans with commercial health insurance face limited choices, according to a new American Medical Association study.
Absent adequate reimbursement for time spent on complex patient care, specialists are finding it harder to sustain their practices.
Four people have been charged in a $99 million pharmacy fraud scheme, the Department of Justice announced.
Tennessee released its proposal to CMS to become the first state to convert federal Medicaid funding into a block grant.
Hospital and health system leaders say a lack of data and confusion around reimbursement are barriers to risk-based payment agreements.
A ProPublica investigation found that millions of Americans' medical images and health data are sitting unprotected on the internet.