Fourteen doctors and other medical professionals were among those charged in fraud cases that totaled $258 million in California, Oregon, and Arizona.

One Tennessee clinic is using precision medicine at the point of care to identify the best medications for individual patients.

Physician groups slammed a court ruling that overturns CMS' site-neutral payments rule for clinic visits.

Sixteen medical professionals, including six doctors and seven pharmacists, were among those charged in a Texas healthcare fraud and opioid takedown.

As the DEA proceeds with the rulemaking process for the Special Registration process, it needs to address important public health priorities.

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.

Add Weill Cornell Medicine to the list of medical schools taking action to help students with the high cost of education.