The federal indictment of executives and physicians charged in a $200 million bribery and kickback scheme at a ritzy Dallas-based hospital signals the U.S Justice Department remains hungry for holding people liable for widespread healthcare fraud.
Ohio has revoked the operating license of one of the state's few remaining abortion clinics on the grounds that it failed to obtain a required transfer agreement with a nearby hospital for emergencies.
Taking the offensive after Election Day setbacks, Planned Parenthood and its allies filed lawsuits Wednesday in North Carolina, Missouri and Alaska challenging laws that they view as unconstitutional restrictions on abortion.
With a market capitalization of about $10 billion, the newly minted Envision Healthcare Corp. on Thursday will replace Legg Mason on the index as part of the healthcare category.
An AHA task force says adopting bundled payments for individual episodes of treatment could provide financial certainty for struggling hospitals. But they say legal tweaks need to be made and they're confident the new administration will be open to them.
A company that provides hospice care has agreed to pay $200,000 to settle allegations that it contributed to a cancer doctor's foundation in exchange for patient referrals, the U.S. Attorney's office said Tuesday.
Q&A interview with healthcare executive, Dr. Robert Strauss, on identifying physician leaders.
Dr. Andrew Ziskind, an interventional cardiologist who most recently oversaw physician performance improvement efforts for Huron Consulting, will lead Premier's strategy to help train a new generation to work under population health and alternative payment models.
As a Donald Trump presidency nears, state lawmakers are readying abortion and reproductive health laws that draw battle lines across the nation.
Dr. Denton Cooley, the world-renowned cardiovascular surgeon and founder of the Texas Heart Institute, died Friday at age 96.
Patients who get ER care at an in-network hospital have a nearly 1 in 4 chance of getting a surprise bill because they were treated by an out-of-network ER doctor, according to a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The American Medical Association joined the growing number of clinical organizations calling for value-based pricing for medications.