We all know them—and we've probably used them. Now, weigh in on the buzziest words in healthcare that have nearly lost all meaning from overuse.

The U.S. government claimed that turning American medical charts into electronic records would make healthcare better, safer and cheaper.

To prioritize patient safety, healthcare providers should focus on ensuring that information in electronic health records is accurate and complete.

Security gaps across U.S. Department of Health and Human Services networks are putting systems and data at risk of a cyber attack, according to an OIG report.

To help patients prepare for their medical visits, AHRQ developed a new consumer mobile app that builds off the agency’s Question Builder online tool.

The Trump administration envisions the future of health coverage as far more personalized, and that means it’s betting big on Medicare Advantage.

National Cancer Institute Director Ned Sharpless, M.D., will be named the acting commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration in early April.

Up to 250,000 veterans could receive access to no-cost pharmacogenomic testing by 2022 under a new partnership with Sanford Health.