Everyone—from patients to payers and health systems—is pouring dollars into a system with little-to-no visibility into the true value of what they are buying.
While the Senate came to an agreement to reopen the government, the path forward for Medicare extenders and DSH payment cut delays isn't clear.
A bipartisan group of senators drove support for a three-week budget stopgap that mirrors a House-passed measure with a six-year CHIP extension and ACA tax delays.
Detroit Medical Center's CEO announced the hospital will lay off more employees in the coming weeks as the health system struggles to cope with challenges afflicting the healthcare industry.
Oregon's election is the only instance of voters—not lawmakers—getting the final say on the complicated question of how to fund rising Medicaid costs.
Epic and other vendors are constantly under attack by the same provider executives who also praise them for their software and working relationships.
The CMS has called off its plan to hasten Medicare coverage for devices. Industry stakeholders say the canceled initiative is a missed opportunity to get seniors the devices they need.
Less than 2% of the 1.1 million clinicians billing Medicare this year will receive a raise stemming from a pay-for-performance program that rewards doctors for improving patients' quality of care.
Sanofi buys Bioverativ, Zipongo introduces a nutrition app and a man uses drugs during an intervention.
Critics doubt a renewal of Trump's opioid public health declaration would bring about much change in a policy they say has so far garnered few results.
CDC will offer "minimal support" for public health outbreaks; ONC to table work on interoperability during government shutdown.
The individual mandate to buy health insurance is out. Unpaid community service for unemployed workers who sign up for Medicaid is in.