Around the country, a number of graduate medical education programs are training doctors in community-based medicine, hoping they'll practice in underserved communities.
The number and complexity of medical-device recalls have rapidly increased, raising questions about safety and risks for hospitals that mostly still track and locate faulty products manually.
The Obama administration wants to modify policies for automatic health insurance re-enrollments and strengthen rules for provider directories for the 2016 open enrollment period.
Experts say President Barack Obama's executive order may indirectly lead to a significant number of immigrants, particularly children, enrolling in Medicaid as well as private health plans.
The Obama administration is proposing regulatory changes that it hopes will attract insurers that have been hesitant to offer multistate plans on the health insurance exchanges.
The lawsuit contests President Barack Obama's decision to waive the ACA's employer mandate and the penalties for failing to comply with it without receiving congressional approval for the change.
For many systems across the country, the expense side of the balance sheet is growing almost as fast as the revenue side, prompting providers to look for new ways to cut costs.
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