As part of its nationwide plan to integrate teams and resources, Trinity Health is combining St. Joseph Mercy Health System and Mercy Health into one statewide system in Michigan.
Uwe Reinhardt, a Princeton University professor, used a combination of ironic humor, rigorous grasp of health economics, and lucid speaking and writing style to become perhaps the nation's foremost popularizer of healthcare policy issues.
Hillary Clinton on Monday called on mental health professionals to create a standardized curriculum to teach middle and high school students nationwide about anxiety and depression.
A 49% increase in hospital-employed physicians between 2012 and 2015 led to a $3.1 billion increase in Medicare costs related to four specific procedures, according to analysis from consulting firm Avalere Health.
Senate Republican leaders appear increasingly likely to include a repeal of the ACA's individual mandate in their tax overhaul legislation.
During her tenure at the ONC, DeSalvo developed the meaningful use program and pushed for greater interoperability.
Healthcare provider and pharmaceutical industry experts met in Franklin, Tenn., to discuss how they can partner to speed up the process of developing new drug treatments and lower the cost of life-saving therapies.
The CMS takes steps to stop providers from erroneously billing some Medicare patients for cost sharing.
The federal government's risk-corridor tab has grown to $12.3 billion, and the CMS has barely made a dent in those payments despite more than three-dozen lawsuits from health insurers demanding the feds pay up.
U.S. regulators approved the first drug with a sensor that alerts doctors when the medication has been taken, offering a new way of monitoring patients but also raising privacy concerns.
Megan Frost founded a company that has created nitric-oxide-infused bandages and wound dressings to greatly reduce the risk of infection, especially in patients post-surgery.
Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) have drafted legislation that critics say will make it easier for states to offer fewer healthcare coverage options at higher costs.