A federal appeals court in St. Paul, Minn., has kept alive the three-year-old lawsuit filed by three employee pension funds alleging stock fraud. The judges found an earlier decision in 2013 by a lower court erred in finding the plaintiffs' statute of limitations had run out.
Heroin has become cheaper because there's more of it on the street. At the same time, clinicians are writing fewer prescriptions, making it harder for addicts to get controlled substances.
Some veterans groups vehemently oppose President-elect Donald Trump's plan to allow military veterans to seek care from private doctors instead of Veterans Affairs' healthcare facilities. Others welcome the idea of more choice.
Lurie Children's Hospital wants to pony up $51 million to add more beds to its crowded Streeterville facility in the heart of the Mag Mile.
The Democrats' letter warns that an upcoming budget resolution bill aimed at dismantling the Affordable Care Act would likely end guaranteed Medicare benefits by turning Medicare into a voucher, or premium support program.
Self-employed people say uncertainty about an ACA replacement is making it impossible for them to plan their business lives. They worry they might have to give up their businesses and find jobs with health coverage.
A prosecutor in Wayne County, Ind., has dropped charges against two doctors in an investigation of how drugs were prescribed at an addiction clinic.
Oklahoma, Nevada, Oregon, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Missouri and Minnesota have signed up for an HHS initiative intended to integrate behavioral health services within the primary-care setting.
The businesses in question produce vascular closure devices, or VCDs, used to close holes in arteries following the insertion of catheters; and steerable sheaths, used to guide catheters for treating heart arrhythmias.
The rollout has cost UMass about $64 million so far — $23.3 million in labor expenses, $23.9 million in consulting fees and $14.2 million in implementation fees.
The annual defense bill authorized a pilot program to test value-based insurance design for people covered by Tricare, the U.S. Defense Department's health benefits program.
Devicemakers should develop “a structured and comprehensive program to manage cybersecurity risks” even after their products are sold. The FDA has been criticized for making suggestions instead of strongly regulating medical devices.