The Trump administration has not been bashful about its desire to scale back several initiatives launched under its predecessor. Perhaps the most significant actions have been steps to reverse course on mandating that providers participate in various alternative-payment programs.
The mass shooting in Las Vegas last week that left 58 people dead and nearly 500 injured emphasizes a disturbing reality for hospitals and trauma centers: their communities are vulnerable to military-style injuries they must be prepared to treat.
In an effort to avoid coverage loss for children and pregnant women, Senate and House committees passed bills to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program. Partisan fighting in the House panel highlighted a big sticking point: how to pay for CHIP.
Behavioral health experts say that caring for the mental health of victims and their families after traumatic events like the mass shooting in Las Vegas last week is an essential part of disaster response.
The hospital industry's inclination to buy and sell creates challenges for hospitals with Jewish affiliations.
Our healthcare and public health systems have a role to play in addressing the problem of gun violence, and every day we wait to take action is another day the epidemic continues to take its toll.
Dr. Price resigns, Las Vegas endures a massacre, Trump accuses Puerto Rican officials of playing politics, and its easy to think there is nothing to be done, but that is not true.
Q&A with the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab's CEO Dr. Joanne Smith: 'Ability is our code word for recovery'
Shortly after becoming CEO of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago in 2006, Dr. Joanne Smith gathered her team of scientists, leaders and clinicians and challenged them to set the institution on a new path.
According to research by a team of health experts from the University of Nottingham in England, being in a positive mood when you get your flu shot can increase its protective effects.
A new theory posits that a disagreement over inoculations fractured the marriage of Founding Father Benjamin Franklin.
Administrators and physicians involved in the CMS' bundled-payment programs for total joint replacement say they're impressed with how the programs have engaged physicians to produce lower costs and better outcomes for patients.
This survey is a collection of data from educational institutions on their Master's programs pertaining to business studies for physician-executives. Institutions that participate are required to be based in the U.S. and award MBAs or similar degrees that focus on physicians. This survey was first...