The CMS is about to release a sweeping proposed rule that could fuel a major expansion of Medicaid managed long-term care for elderly and disabled beneficiaries.
Officials have warned a Jackson hospital it could lose Medicare funding if the hospital does not change how it handles emergency care patients.
The number of uninsured people showing up in New Hampshire emergency rooms continues to drop, a trend hospital officials attribute to the state's expanded Medicaid program.
A Supreme Court ruling due in a few weeks could wipe out health insurance for millions of people covered by President Barack Obama's healthcare law. But it's Republicans—not White House officials—who have been talking about damage control.
The Madison Avenue adventures of Don Draper, Peggy Olson and the other denizens of Sterling Cooper & Partners faded to black this month as “Mad Men” ended its heralded seven-season run on AMC.
The ability to protect the Pentagon's electronic health records from cybersecurity attacks will play a big role in determining who wins the multi-billion-dollar contract. Leidos, which is part of the Cerner and Accenture team, isn't bashful about touting its own capabilities.
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that Actavis must continue to sell an Alzheimer's drug it wanted to pull off the market to limit competition from generics. It's a case with potential implications for pharmaceutical companies and patients nationwide, experts say.
While there are no exact statistics about the prevalence of drug theft in healthcare facilities, experts agree it is widespread, and a Minnesota coalition can point to progress against the problem.
The U.S. Senate has approved a last-minute deal to avoid a construction shutdown at a troubled veterans hospital outside Denver.