Topic: Preventive Medicine
Former HHS Secretary Tom Price has a new job with incoming Georgia governor Brian Kemp's transition team, plus more healthcare headlines.
Fewer patients with employer-sponsored insurance are visiting their primary care doctors, but more are seeing other advanced practice providers.
Economic growth slowed Medicaid enrollment, but states could use the savings to improve the program, says research from the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Kaiser and Aetna received high marks for their Medicare plans thanks to an emphasis on prevention.
Medicare Advantage is beating fee-for-service Medicare when it comes to managing patients with chronic conditions.
Clinicians can do a better job providing preventive services to patients to help maintain their health and save lives, according to a new study.
A bill that aims to reform the Veterans Choice program was passed in the House, plus more healthcare headlines.
UnitedHealth's HouseCalls program has seen several years of growth and in some cases, it's helped identify life-threatening conditions.
The city says it hopes to replicate the success in reducing opioid-related deaths seen Rhode Island.
Fairview Health Services is skipping the insurance middleman and going directly to employers with a new suite of workplace health and wellness programs.