The year 2016 may be remembered for important medical advances, but a glance at the headlines also offers a grim reminder of the many diseases that remain unyielding adversaries for science
Cleveland Clinic and IBM will collaborate on developing a model and standards that providers nationwide can replicate in moving to value-based care and population health techniques.
Hospitals worry Medicaid, Obamacare changes could bring pain | The Connecticut Mirror
With the potential for major changes in federal health care policy looming, hospital leaders are watching closely, worried especially that cuts to Medicaid could bring a big financial hit and that a repeal of Obamacare could raise the number of uninsured Connecticut residents.
Silicon Valley startups and Washington policymakers get a lot of credit for driving health care innovation. Steve Case thinks they're getting too much.
Nine charts that show how white women are drinking themselves to death | The Washington Post
Drinking is killing twice as many middle-aged white women as it did 18 years ago.