Doctors are offering mixed advice on how to best accommodate not-for-profit entities that object to the Affordable Care Act's birth control coverage requirement.
A national hospital chain headquartered in central Pennsylvania has agreed to pay $32.7 million to resolve allegations that it billed Medicare for medically unnecessary services.
The CMS drew the ire of the medical community when it proposed that physicians and surgeons code every 10 minutes of their time. This is why the agency did it.
Chinese billionaire Tianqiao Chen has purchased about 929,800 more shares of Community Health Systems, raising his stake in the troubled hospital chain to 13.8% of the shares outstanding, according to a regulatory filing Wednesday.
The Maryland Citizens' Health Initiative, a coalition of more than 1,200 religious, labor, business and policy groups seeking quality and affordable health care, wants the state Legislature to address high drug costs by overhauling some of the laws governing drug pricing.
Bipartisan legislation introduced this week would extend discounts under a federal program to orphan drugs in a bid to reduce prescription drug costs at rural hospitals and clinics and cancer facilities.
The former CEO of Tuomey Healthcare will personally pay $1 million to resolve his involvement in entering physician compensation arrangements that led to one of the largest-ever Stark law cases.
Apple Watches are becoming near-ubiquitous in healthcare and the corporate world, and health insurer Aetna is now investing heavily in the wellness promises of the device.
An analysis of 55 FDA medical officers, who review and approve drugs, found that more than a quarter went on to work for the pharmaceutical industry, bolstering concerns about ethical conflicts and the efficacy and quality of drugs.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered Penn State Hershey (Pa.) Medical Center and PinnacleHealth System to pause their merger as the Federal Trade Commission reviews antitrust concerns about the deal, reversing the agency's prior loss in the case.