Healthcare industry groups opposed to Senate Republicans' Obamacare replacement bill plan to step up their lobbying of GOP senators now that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has delayed a vote until after the July 4 recess.
The drugmaker is the first U.S. company reporting that it's been hit by a new variety of ransomware dubbed NotPetya.
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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pulled the Obamacare replacement bill Tuesday after several Republican senators refused to support the proposal.
The GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act would have both positives and negatives for providers and health plans, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
Industry observers worry that the Trump administration's pullback from some alternative payment models could stall Medicare's march to value-based care.
How this health system utilized eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR system to provide more efficient and streamlined workflows, from enrollment to the point of care and beyond.
Karen Murphy to serve as founding director of Geisinger's Steele Institute for Healthcare Innovation
Geisinger Health System named Karen Murphy executive vice president, chief innovation officer and founding director of its Steele Institute for Healthcare Innovation.
As the CMS considers lifting Affordable Care Act restrictions on how physician-owned hospitals can expand their facilities, clinicians claim that move could be a key factor in improving access to care.
Hospitals across the country lose approximately $262 billion per year on denied claims from insurers, sparking huge cash-flow issues and recovery costs, according to new data.
The funding supports the Trump administration's larger effort to combat the opioid epidemic by integrating substance abuse treatment into primary care.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency does not need a court order to subpoena a prescription drug database kept by the state of Oregon. The ruling did not specify whether those subpoenas would violate constitutional protections.