Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who won the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, has put forward a Medicare-for-all plan that has been criticized by his Democratic rival. It's likely to draw more fire from Hillary Clinton and Republicans alike as Sanders becomes viewed as a serious contender.
The private-equity backed urgent-care developer GoHealth Urgent Care will enter its third state in a deal with Dignity Health. Atlanta-based GoHealth and Dignity plan to develop a dozen urgent-care centers together in Northern California.
Hospitals persuaded a federal appeals court to give new life to their legal fight to force HHS to work more quickly through a backlog of disputed findings by Medicare's controversial recovery audit contractors.
The U.S. could face fewer vaccine shortages if government agencies are willing to pay more for the vital drugs, according to a recent study. That's because the federal government, the largest purchaser of vaccines, could influence manufacturers to invest in technology and processes that fix the...
Centering Healthcare Institute's CenteringPregnancy, Community Care of North Carolina and Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health are finalists for the first-ever $100,000 Hearst Health Prize.
Dr. Alan Kaplan was announced Tuesday as the next CEO of UW Health in Madison, Wis. Kaplan is currently executive VP and chief clinical transformation officer at UnityPoint, a regional health system based in West Des Moines, Iowa.
The CMS will extend coverage for a Boston Scientific Corp. surgical device for treating nonvalvular atrial fibrillation to patients in a registry rather than limiting payment to patients enrolled in a clinical trial.
The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee on Tuesday held the first of three hearings for bills that would form companion legislation for the 21st Century Cures Act that passed the House last summer
UnitedHealth Group and other diversified payers have struggled with some aspects of the Affordable Care Act, but Medicaid-centric payers, such as Molina Healthcare, have proven to be clear-cut winners under healthcare reform.
An administrative law judge ruled that respiratory- and infusion-care provider Lincare must pay $239,800 for failing to safeguard patient information. The case marks the second time in eight years HHS has extracted a privacy penalty through litigation rather than a negotiated settlement.
Providers increasingly have joined other industries in promoting their services on YouTube or videos embedded on their websites. A video conveys a doctor's personal side, producers say.
Brookdale Senior Living, the nation's largest senior and assisted-living company, ended the final months of the year with flat revenue and a drop in occupancy as the company struggled to digest its $2.8 billion acquisition of Emeritus Corp.