The "next big thing" in hospital care, many experts believe, will be providing care not at the hospital but at home.
The U.S. economic burden of chronic diseases including diabetes, obesity and cancer has reached about $3.8 trillion in direct and indirect costs, according to…
A new study found that surgery outcomes at affiliated hospitals often fell short of those of their brand-name counterparts.
Sacramento, California-based Sutter Health agreed to pay $30 million to settle allegations of overpayments to its Medicare Advantage plans.
Congress should change the definition of "Medicaid shortfall," the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission said Thursday.
Two senators are asking the OIG to investigate pharmacy benefit managers' business practices, in particular controversial spread pricing models.
Azar said that any approach to bring down drug prices that does not tackle pharmacy benefit manager rebates “will not deliver the results.”
As they pay more for healthcare and expect technology to enable their interactions with service providers, consumers are now more engaged.
Idaho’s governor has signed off on a scaled-back Medicaid expansion plan, making it the second state to retool a voter-mandated expansion.
Executives insist the pharmacy benefit management space is a competitive one, but industry watchers aren't so sure.