Clinical labs are suing the CMS over a looming cut to their reimbursement, which they say may curb providers' ability to order tests for their patients to detect illnesses.
Pharmaceutical companies have sued to block a new California law that would require them to give advance notice before big price increases. A pharma trade group said in its lawsuit that California's law illegally tries to dictate national health policy.
With the FCC on the verge of repealing net neutrality rules, there's considerable uncertainty about how the change will affect the healthcare industry, with telemedicine, particularly for rural hospitals, up in the air.
Lawmakers bought themselves a couple of more weeks to hammer out a spending bill, but long-term funding for CHIP and community health centers remains in question.
A suburban New York City woman has sued a doctor, claiming he used his cellphone to take a language test while operating on her.
Either Dr. Salomon Melgen is one of the biggest Medicare swindlers ever, stealing more than $100 million from the federal healthcare program, or a penny-ante thief who walked off with $64,000.
In response to the 21st Century Cures Act, the FDA outlined its regulatory approach in guidance documents about software as a medical device.
The agency's final guidance on additive manufacturing gives developers a clear pathway for getting their 3-D printed products approved.
Earlier this year, lawmakers feared they would need to pass a VA Choice funding extension quickly as current funds dwindled. Now, Congress may hold off on the bill until funds run out in 2018.
Centrus Premier Home Care Inc. allegedly billed Massachusetts' Medicaid program for services that were not eligible for reimbursement. It will pay $14 million to settle the allegations.
The once-a-week shot for people with Type 2 diabetes reduces blood sugar levels and can also reduce appetite.
Prosecutors say a prominent Florida eye doctor accused of bribing Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey should get a 30-year sentence for a separate Medicare fraud scheme that they say stole more than $100 million from the federal government.