New DirectTrust CEO Scott Stuewe explains why interoperability has lost its meaning, and what the organization's future holds.

Anthem has agreed to pay HHS $16 million to following an investigation into the insurers landmark 2015 data breach.

Three senators are concerned about the FDA's Pre-Cert program. VA and DOD leaders pledge accountability on EHR modernization.

Under a new proposal, for the first time Medicare would pay doctors for telemedicine services. But some physicians say that may not be a good idea.

Has Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services figured out interoperability?

At the Public Health Law Conference last week, legal experts discussed why data laws can make cross-sector public health research a challenge.

Healthcare.gov will be down for 12 hours of planned maintenance all but one Sunday during open enrollment. CMS used just 21.5 hours last year.

The funding round comes nearly seven months after Centene announced a strategic investment in the pharmacy benefit manager.