Bayer will stop selling its sterilization device Essure outside the U.S., the company announced late Monday.
Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Tuesday he opposes the legislation co-sponsored by the Republican senator from Louisiana. Edwards says it would eliminate his state's Medicaid expansion program that provides health coverage to 430,000 people.
The departure of Robert Coward caught investors by surprise, given that Envision has not pointed to specific problems with its crucial physician staffing business in recent quarters.
An internal memo to staff at the CDC instructed them to limit communication with the news media, indicative of a concerning trend of reduced transparency among federal agencies.
The new Senate Republican bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could reduce funding, coverage and consumer protections even more sharply than the GOP's previous repeal bill.
As providers transition to value-based care and aim to reduce unnecessary care variation, employee engagement strategies can bolster patient satisfaction, maximize Medicare payment and instill a culture of safety measures, according to a new Advisory Board study.
The employer-sponsored health insurance market is stable, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Health Research & Educational Trust's latest employer health benefit survey found. Still, increased cost-sharing has left many employees unable to afford care.
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Most observers thought the GOP drive to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act was dead. But now that Senate Republicans have revived it, surprised healthcare industry and consumer groups are ramping up opposition efforts.
Attorneys general from nearly three dozen states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia are urging health insurers to review their policies for pain management treatment to spark higher use of alternatives to opioid prescriptions.