In a letter, 111 physician organizations weighed in on surprise billing, urging Congress not to turn more power over to health insurers.
As members of Congress wrangle over the best way to stop surprise medical bills, one senator predicts Washington will pass a new law soon.
Welcome to this week's Chutes & Ladders, our roundup of hirings, firings and retirings throughout the industry.
Microsoft is teaming up with Nuance Communications to use technology to solve a big pain point for doctors—too much time spent on documentation.
Having to seek prior authorization from payers is the most burdensome regulatory issue, and it’s only getting worse, according to practice leaders.
Time deficits and fragmented care, caused by our fee-for-service healthcare system, are driving scary status quo for pregnant women and new moms.…
Most healthcare organizations are lagging in awareness and preparedness for compliance with proposed interoperability rules, according to a survey.
Physician-led ACOs generated nearly seven times more savings in 2018 than ACOs led by hospitals, a new analysis finds.
Here is a rundown of major regulations and legislation to expect for the rest of 2019, from the Stark Law to drug prices.
Medical Group Management Association officials got out their crystal ball Monday.