Months after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the losses at Florida and Texas hospitals are large and still not fully counted. It's still unclear when and how much aid they will receive.
A recent study found patients who reported high satisfaction with their overall care experience were 39% less likely to be readmitted than patients who were not as satisfied.
Advanced practice nurses are urging the American Medical Association to rescind a recent decision to launch a campaign focused on limiting independent practice of non-physician practitioners across state lines.
OSF Medical Group has adopted a new model in which a team of clinicians divvies up duties to see more patients and improve care.
The CEO of Boston's Fenway Community Health Center resigned Sunday in the wake of a Boston Globe investigation into years of sexual harassment allegations against a prominent doctor at the center.
The federal government is moving to dismiss a lawsuit it brought two years ago against the national nursing-care provider after a judge tossed out the government's key witness over issues of credibility.
Surveyors that assess hospitals for compliance with federal and state laws are implementing a new policy that could lead to the closure of some so-called micro-hospitals.
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.