As the regulatory environment, technology requirements and overhead costs force independent docs to consider selling or joining larger systems, two independent physician groups in Northeast Ohio are looking to push back against that trend.
Indiana has relaxed its proposal to impose a work requirement on Medicaid beneficiaries following public backlash for the new provisions. But policy experts remain concerned that access to care will suffer.
KKR, the private equity giant that sold most of its stock in HCA a year ago, agreed Monday to acquire WebMD for about $2.8 billion, KKR announced Monday.
Imagine your next doctor's visit taking place in a sleek River North neighborhood space in Chicago where you also have the option for a high-intensity group workout and a cold-brew coffee.
Self-employed people say they're following the GOP repeal effort obsessively and are thinking hard about whether they will be able to continue their businesses or will have to pursue alternatives, including seeking jobs with health benefits.
Dr. John Raymond, CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, thinks there is an critical element sorely missing in the training of aspiring physicians: compassion.
One of the lingering challenges to recruit more individuals to pursue a career in primary care has been the large wage differential found between those specialties and more specialized clinical fields.
Given the critical role that supply chain plays in hospital operations, it is essential to understand how hospital stakeholders gauge its importance and how it impacts them on a daily basis.
The next big biofuel source could be the most locally sourced yet—it'll come from your own skin.
This year marks Modern Healthcare's 10th anniversary for recognizing outstanding employees in the healthcare industry. Register to attend out Best Places to Work Awards Dinner to discover these organization's strategies and celebrate their impact. September 28, Las Vegas.
HIV researchers present new vaccine data, the uninsured and underinsured line up for free health care, and the gender gap persists in head-trauma research on athletes.
General Mills tried for two long years, but couldn't figure out how to manufacture the "magically delicious" cereal without artificial colors and flavors.