Black and Hispanic populations in the U.S. are more likely to receive unnecessary and potentially harmful healthcare services compared to whites, according to a new Health Affairs study.
Low-income individuals are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease compared to high-income individuals, despite more than two decades of work to combat heart disease, according to a new study.
The Health Care Cost Institute, a not-for-profit organization focused on improving price transparency, has appointed the CMS' chief data officer Niall Brennan as president and executive director.
A new study finds that most Americans think their fellow citizens can't access the care they need. But fewer Americans think it's unfair this disparity exists.
A guide to UV disinfection: Learn about UV technology, its benefits and how Tru-D is validated to help improve patient outcomes while improving your bottom line.
The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association and Lyft are partnering to help commercially insured patients to get to medical appointments at no extra cost for the patients. The partnership is the first of its kind for Lyft.
How to properly identify truths and avoid misconceptions around the new quality reporting program, MIPS.
Rideshare companies have been called on to help non-emergency medical transportation providers tackle one of the most complex problems in healthcare: ensuring patients show up to their scheduled doctors appointments.
The CMS is exploring how to levy excess readmission penalties fairly on hospitals, based on their patient population.
It is widely recognized that the quality and cost of healthcare varies widely across the U.S., but the reasons why are less clear.
How this Houston-based health system acquired new skills to tackle population health
When leaders at Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network last spring started looking for ways to get more patients access to care, wait times immediately stuck out as an area in need of fixing.