Celebrities drive average Americans to want what they have. That powerful impulse can even influence grave healthcare decisions and could prove complicated for women who fear they're at high risk for breast cancer after Angelina Jolie's disclosure that she underwent a preventive double......
Washington is again in the grip of scandal fever with the Benghazi e-mails, the IRS targeting of conservative groups, and allegations that HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius shook down healthcare firms....
Just as growing diversity is shaking up the nation's politics, the increasingly multicultural populations served by U.S. healthcare providers are also driving changes in the organizations' C-suites and boardrooms. But the transformation is still a work in progress....
Celebrities drive average Americans to want what they have. That powerful impulse can even influence grave healthcare decisions and could prove complicated for women who fear they're at high risk... FULL STORY »
The Oregon Health Authority released its benchmark-setting report tracking the progress of the state's Medicaid transformation program, which is projected to save $11 billion over the next 10 years. FULL STORY »
The House Appropriations Committee this week marked $344 million for the development of an electronic health-record system that would allow the Defense and Veterans Affairs departments to share the... FULL STORY »
The tentacles of the Internal Revenue Service controversy have reached the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. On Wednesday, Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) introduced legislation, the IRS... FULL STORY »
When Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.), chairman of the powerful Senate Finance Committee, told HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius that he worried Obamacare’s implementation was headed for a “train... FULL STORY »
Healthcare organizations seeking to maximize the number of patient records they can expose through a given security breach should consider contracting for professional help. I'm only being partially... FULL STORY »
Ben Chodor resigned in April as CEO of Happtique, a healthcare mobile application marketplace owned by a subsidiary of the Greater New York Hospital Association, but remains with the company. FULL STORY »