Topic: Precision Medicine
FierceHealthcare looks at some of the biggest headlines of 2017, including the resignation of Tom Price as HHS secretary.
The deal will allow the organizations to expand their reach via 700 care sites and 139 hospitals across 28 states.
CMS is developing new payment models aimed at reducing the cost of pricey drug treatments.
Geisinger Health System announced plans for a national initiative to expand its precision medicine offerings.
If he’s confirmed as the next secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar will have his hands full.
The American Medical Association wants payers to cover genetic tests and precision medicine more consistently.
The Scripps Research Institute will distribute 10,000 Fitbits to participants in the All of Us campaign to study the impact of wearables data.
As cheaper genetic testing technology emerges, payers will have an opportunity to be more selective when authorizing treatment payouts, a report says.
More than 50 leading U.S. cancer doctors have created guidelines and milestones aimed at accelerating the Cancer Moonshot program.
The man who oversaw the growth of Inova Health System from a small organization to a northern Virginia institution will step down after 35 years.