HHS won’t be able to bring down prices in Part D without “pitting drugs against each other,” Secretary Alex Azar said Tuesday at an AMA event.
Medicare and Medicaid are better than private insurers at keeping spending per beneficiary low, according to a new report.
Amid the opioid crisis, healthcare leaders are asking physicians to re-evaluate their prescribing habits.
The Department of Health and Human Services released a hotly anticipated rule on Monday morning aimed at boosting interoperability.
MedStar and the AMA are calling for a national database of EHR usability and safety issues as part of the ONC’s EHR Reporting Program.
UnitedHealthcare wants to see diagnostic codes for services targeting the social needs—such as transportation or healthy meals—expand nationwide.
The Trump administration has taken action to weaken the ACA's protections, but that has mostly come at the cost of the insured, a new study shows.
Greenway Health will pay $57M to settle allegations it falsified EHR certification, marking the DOJ’s second legal action against an EHR vendor.
Reimbursement rates from commercial insurers to mental healthcare providers may hinder patient access to such care, according to a new study.
The HIMSS conference may be the barometer of the health IT industry, and this year’s event seems strategically focused on interoperability.