DuPage Medical Group, the largest independent physician group in the Chicago area, is continuing its rapid expansion by entering the northwest suburbs.
The fragmented ophthalmology and eye-care medical practice sector has become a new target for private equity investors.
The vast majority of U.S. patients are open to using telehealth solutions, but only a fraction have received care virtually, suggesting that the healthcare industry has yet to meet consumer interest in virtual care, according to a new survey.
There continues to be concern that the U.S. just doesn't have enough doctors. The Association of American Medical Colleges earlier this year predicted that physician demand will continue to outpace supply.
The cancer community is deploying advanced-practice providers to help address a shortage of services. But integrating them into a practice isn't easy.
More than 500,000 providers will see a reduction in their Medicare reimbursement this year due to poor performance under the Physician Quality Reporting System.
The American Medical Association delayed a measure on Monday that would have allowed physicians to prescribe the drug buprenorphine for the treatment of opioid abuse without obtaining a waiver.
The house of delegaes meeting in Chicago this week is considering lobbying for Medicare to negotiate prices and asking federal regulators to require that drugmakers advertise the suggested retail price of their products.
The Florida Supreme Court ruled that caps on pain-and-suffering damages in medical malpractice lawsuits are unconstitutional.
Rising healthcare costs have shifted responsibility to clinicians to help hospitals stay within tight budgets.
Envision Healthcare shareholders used their votes recently to express their displeasure at the $21.7 million that CEO Chris Holden was paid last year.
Wayne State University and its medical affiliates are talking about a potential business deal with Henry Ford Health System.