Once a little-discussed topic, physician suicide is a problem receiving growing attention.
Despite trends in industry consolidation, conflicts—including those over employment contracts—have pushed a number of doctors to leave their hospitals.
CMS' most recent proposed rule, which would limit the duration of one-sided risk ACOs, has won praise from some people.
Healthcare fraud is prominent in the mid-Atlantic region, and it has fueled the opioid epidemic there, said a top DOJ official.
We have not been able to agree on how to best use the data found in state-specific Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs. This is a key factor in helping solve…
A substantial amount of out-of-network billing comes through mental health providers—a distinct issue from the brewing "surprise billing" discussion.
Farzad Mostashari says the rule presents "a good framework" overall. However, it drew criticism from another major player.
With a proposed two-year threshold for upside only ACOs, CMS Administrator Seema Verma said its "time for the program to evolve."
A survey found few doctors talk to patients about issues such as drug overdose, suicide and traffic accidents—some of the leading causes of death.
The American Medical Association yesterday reiterated its opposition to the merger of CVS and insurance provider Aetna.