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.

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.

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.