Skeptics say they will wait and see whether the move by medical schools to offer free tuition will increase the number of primary care doctors.

There’s a direct link between the number of primary care doctors and an increase in life expectancy, according to a new study.

While CMS has embraced value-based reimbursement, the country’s health insurance companies are still far from widespread adoption, a new survey found.

Spending in commercial plans grew significantly between 2016 and 2017, due in part to the growing number of pricey specialty therapies. 

Here are some key takeaways from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care's recently released annual Quality Roadmap 2018.

Tryon Medical Partners, which sued Atrium Health to set up an independent practice, has opened a $2.8 million gastrointestinal surgery center.

OCR settled a complaint against a hospital system that it had denied a patient with an intellectual disability placement on a heart transplant list.

Too often in this country, emergency room visits are treated like standalone events.