Half of healthcare systems get some or most of their reimbursement under contracts that put them at risk for the cost and quality of care, according to a new KPMG survey. The results are somewhat more upbeat than a Modern Healthcare survey last June.
Sens. Bill Cassidy and Susan Collins said their bill would keep many protections of the Affordable Care Act and give states control over healthcare regulations. But ACA supporters said it would increase costs to consumers and widen healthcare disparities between different states.
President Donald Trump's freeze on Obama administration rules raises doubts over the future of recently issued revisions to patient consent rules on clinical research and sharing of drug and alcohol treatment records.
President Donald Trump has signed an order withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership that has been contested by both healthcare companies and activists.
The Center for Functional Medicine, which the clinic has said is the first of its kind at an academic medical center, focuses on a holistic treatment of the root causes of health problems.
Aetna and Humana could appeal the court's decision, which would allow the $37 billion merger a chance to close in what some expect will be a more lenient antitrust environment under President Donald Trump's administration. But some experts say Trump will have no bearing on the court's ruling.
Today's regional healthcare roundup includes President Donald Trump reviving a policy to eliminate funding for foreign groups providing abortion services, a look at the Republican governors against an ACA repeal, and more.
As the healthcare system shifts from a volume-based delivery model to a value-based standard, it's imperative to understand the role your post-acute assetsplay and how to manage rehabilitation programs.
Today's roundup of technology, pharmaceutical and device news includes the pharma industry rolling out a new campaign to address criticisms, Rep. Tom Price having ties to drug and device makers, and more.
How healthcare organizations can harness technology to protect themselves and patients from the latest cyberthreats.
President Donald Trump's executive order Friday instructing federal agencies to go as far as they can legally to roll back the Affordable Care Act buys time for Congress to come up with a replacement plan, but it could disrupt the insurance markets.
Over the past year, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center forged partnerships or made investments with more than a dozen startup firms offering technological solutions that expand patient access to healthcare.