The reduction in opioid prescriptions came at a cost to some pain patients.
Using MIPS to incentivize primary care physicians to cut hospital readmission rates by decreasing their payments may not work, a study suggests.
Planned Parenthood CEO Leana Wen, M.D., vowed the organization would fight restrictive abortion bills in the courts.
Microsoft is warning users to patch their legacy operating systems quickly to avoid another WannaCry ransomware attack.
The American Medical Association has hired its first-ever chief health equity officer.
Alabama’s governor signed into law the country’s most restrictive antiabortion bill, which could punish doctors who perform abortions with life in prison.
To protect patients, a group of surgical department chairs recommends mandatory cognitive and physical testing of surgeons by age 65.
A doctor explains why he’s encouraged the recent CMS Primary Cares directive will enable physician practices to deliver smarter care to patients.
Merging has proven to be a flawed strategy for many hospitals and perhaps has slowed progress toward value-based care.
Both doctors and blue chip athletes are in high demand and are being heavily recruited.