The maker of the powerful painkiller OxyContin has agreed to provide access to proprietary research and other data to researchers at Oklahoma State University to help them find causes and treatments for drug addiction.
A health policy expert and residents struggling to find affordable insurance are planned speakers for a hearing before North Carolina General Assembly members pressing for passage of Medicaid expansion this year.
About 700,000 fewer people were enrolled in health insurance coverage in 2017 compared with the year before, marking the first year that the uninsured rate has risen since the major Affordable Care Act reforms took effect, a new study shows.
Anesthesia Associates of Ann Arbor, the largest anesthesiology and pain-management medical group in Michigan, has sued Trinity Health Michigan over an allegation the system improperly tried to hire away some of its providers.
Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Aberdeen, Wash., and its subsidiary Harbor Medical Group are recovering from a ransomware attack that encrypted files across its network, including electronic health records.
The public charge rule finalized last week ostensibly prevents immigrants from seeking healthcare through public programs or risk jeopardizing their chance at citizenship. What will providers do to stem any negative impact?
Hospitals that care for a large share of Medicaid and uninsured patients stand to receive less funding from the federal government after the D.C. Circuit reconfigured Medicaid disproportionate-share hospital reimbursement.