California-based charitable medicine program, Direct Relief, has partnered with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer to donate up to 1 million doses of the drug overdose-reversal drug naloxone to free health clinics, community health centers, public health departments and other not-for-profit providers...
President Donald Trump's proposed $4 trillion budget for next year calls for a $15.1 billion reduction for HHS, an approximately 18% spending cut. Those cuts will reverberate across the health IT sector.
Modern Healthcare is proud to present the 150 companies and organizations that have been named to its Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2017. An alphabetical list of the companies and organizations is presented here.
Texas Children's Hospital in Houston is the latest not-for-profit hospital system to struggle with its health plan, which posted a $28.9 million operating loss in the system's fiscal second quarter.
Indiana has become the latest state to seek to add a work requirement to Medicaid eligibility. It's one of six states that are planning to ask or have asked the Trump administration for this waiver.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin touted new efforts Wednesday to expand urgent mental health care to thousands of former service members with less-than-honorable discharges, even while acknowledging his department isn't seeking additional money to pay for it.
When the CMS implemented MACRA last fall, physicians focused their attention on two payment tracks. But another option is available that experts say will benefit physicians and ACOs even more.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has suggested that limiting painkiller prescriptions could be a key tool to battle the opioid addiction crisis gripping the nation. Addiction experts say doctors should have the final say on when and how long the drugs are used.
For today's tech-savvy consumers, patient-centric care begins before the patient steps foot in the doctor's office, hospital or clinic. It starts with the prospective patient trawling the web for provider reviews and ratings.
Public health officials caution that President Donald Trump's most recent budget proposal would leave the nation vulnerable to disease outbreaks or unable to adequately respond to emergencies for years.
Joe Moser, a key architect of Indiana's alternative Medicaid expansion program, has stepped down as the state's Medicaid director. Since his appointment in 2013, he oversaw the care of more than 1.5 million Medicaid and CHIP enrollees.
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