Health systems are debating how to ensure research transparency in the wake of Dr. Jose Baselga's recent resignation from Memorial Sloan Kettering over undisclosed conflicts of interest.
The Office of Management and Budget is taking a look at a proposed rule aiming to end the practice of data-blocking.
The healthcare industry is using financial assistance programs, employee ownership models and partnering with academic institutions to cope with high turnover along with simultaneous labor shortages.
HHS will create a patient safety database to track quality of care at ambulatory surgery centers, as they become more prevalent across the country.
A Chicago-based network of primary-care clinics serving the Medicare population is set to move into the Philadelphia market.
Occupancy at SNFs across the United States reached a record low of 81.7% in the second quarter of 2018, down from 83.1% over the same period last year as policy changes take hold and competition ramps up.
A Medicare model aimed at patients who wanted hospice as well as curative care did not do well in its first year because hospice providers fled the program and doctors were not interested in participating.
Pennsylvania's highest court ruled that Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf did not exceed his authority when he set up a process to give some union rights to home-based workers who care for elderly and disabled people.