National and state pharmacy associations want the U.S. Supreme Court to take a case over a Washington state regulation that says pharmacies cannot refuse to fill certain prescriptions because of religious beliefs.
Jeff Brown has been named senior VP and CIO of Seattle Children's Hospital. He had served as the interim CIO since April 2015.
Federal officials on Wednesday outlined a plan to improve care at hospitals that treat Native Americans in four Great Plains states, including creating a multi-agency group to focus on quality and patient safety and designating a single organization to accredit Indian Health Service hospitals.
There's a big disconnect between Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz's promise to make health insurance more portable and affordable and what he's actually proposed so far.
Overlake Medical Center in Bellevue, Wash., will invest $242 million to build a cancer center and develop new healthcare services.
Due to the weekend blizzard that has paralyzed travel on the East Coast, House lawmakers have rescheduled a hearing to question former pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli, reviled for hiking the price of a lifesaving drug.
A lot has been written about empowering patients. Unfortunately, effective tools for making that possible still aren't widely available. But that may soon change.
Johnese Spisso has been named president of UCLA Health, CEO of the University of California at Los Angeles Health System and associate vice chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences.
The East Coast is bracing for as much as 30 inches of snow in parts of the Mid-Atlantic. But hospitals in the area say they aren't worried.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the latest challenge to the Affordable Care Act, saying it won't hear a case that alleges the law should have originated in the House instead of the Senate.
Regarding the Jan. 11 editorial “What's behind the out-of-pocket cost problem,” it is important to understand that the “out-of-pocket cost problem” does not affect all people equally.
University of Washington Medicine has agreed to settle for $750,000 following a 2013 data breach that exposed the health information of 90,000 patients.