A Maryland cardiac practice has agreed to pay the federal government almost $400,000 to settle False Claims Act allegations of improper billing.
HHS is launching a new study testing whether an integrated, community-based approach can help turn the tide on the opioid crisis in the U.S.
The ACGME should require all residents to take a course on the appropriate use of buprenorphine to treat opioid addiction, two doctors say.
When payers and providers share risk, they can achieve greater savings and more effectively improve outcomes, according to a new report.
The government has charged 53 medical professionals in five states with illegally prescribing and dispensing opioids and other narcotics.
Experts from government agencies, universities and private companies talked about how to stop the next pathogen at the National Biodefense Summit.
A recent study found that patients with diabetes and hypertension who use digital health activity trackers have better medication adherence.
The technology to harness big data for more effective treatment exists right now. What are we waiting for?
Two more states, Kentucky and North Dakota, have joined the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
First-year residents, or interns, spend 87% of their work time away from patients.