Science's growing understanding of the neurological impact of substance abuse has opened the door to treating it like other chronic diseases—with compassion, skill and a sense of urgency.
The exit of Britain from the EU could prove disastrous for the nation's largest employer, its national healthcare system and industry. Experts predict that everything from medical professional staffing to regulations on drugs and devices will most certainly change, and most, for the worse.
Small, regional health insurers and upstart co-op plans again incurred large charges under the Affordable Care Act's risk-adjustment program, according to new data the CMS released Thursday.
Hospital system Catholic Health Initiatives' experiment with health insurance has hit the end of the road after a couple years of heavy losses. CHI is “exploring options to sell” its health plan subsidiary.
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago will offer Canadians a flat fee for orthopedic procedures, which have one of the longest wait times for treatment in Canada.
Fraud penalties for healthcare providers and others will soon likely double, according to an interim final rule published Thursday in the Federal Register.
Physicians and teaching hospitals received $7.52 billion in payments and investments from drug and device companies in 2015, according to information the CMS released Thursday from its Open Payments database.