Many states are struggling to re-enroll adults and children in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program, with hundreds of thousands of current beneficiaries at risk of losing coverage, advocates say.
For the many veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder who don't have access to a trained mental healthcare team, connecting with such a team remotely by phone and video chats may help, a new study suggests.
Apple iPhones are the smartphones of choice for a wide majority of Modern Healthcare readers, despite phones that use Google's Android operating system far outnumbering iPhones in the country as a whole, according to the results of Modern Healthcare's third annual survey to find the Most Important...
ProMedica Health System, based in Toledo, Ohio, has launched a business incubator to nurture startups in the medical-device and bioinformatics sectors.
CareTech Solutions, a Troy, Mich.-based health care information company, is negotiating a sale with Troy-based HTC Global Services.
The American Geriatrics Society has chosen Nancy Lundebjerg as its next CEO. Lundebjerg, 55, has served as the organization's COO since 2008, and she's been with AGS since 1998.
About two-thirds of Americans who are infected with the AIDS virus aren't getting treated for it. The finding comes from an analysis just released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that more needs to be done to make sure people infected with the human immunodeficiency virus...
Patients in cardiac arrest may be better off riding to the hospital in an ambulance without advanced life support services. A new study finds that cardiac patients who received advanced care from paramedics had lower survival rates and worse clinical outcomes at substantially higher costs.
Consumer advocates are cheering the White House's plans to strengthen transparency rules for provider networks and drug formularies so that exchange customers will be able to make informed choices.
Hospitals will have an extra month to attest to having met the criteria to receive incentive payments for meaningfully using electronic health records, the CMS said Monday.
The FDA will allow an unapproved blood-transfusion system to be made available in an effort to increase the availability of plasma from Ebola survivors to treat newly infected patients.
The agreement is yet another example that self-insured companies want to work more directly with high-quality health systems for certain procedures.