The rate of new diabetes cases remained relatively flat from 2014 to 2015, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Still, more than 30 million people live with the disease. Millions more have prediabetes, which could turn into Type 2 if left untreated.
The dramatic collapse of the GOP's efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act have, for now, minimized the threat of significant Medicaid funding cuts. All eyes now turn to what the Trump administration and Congress will do about a shaky individual insurance market.
For-profit hospital M&A has gotten a boost from slowed admissions tied in part to the mechanics of Obamacare.
Shapiro discusses HSS' unique care-delivery approach, its efforts to expand and how to achieve value in healthcare.
Would-be members of the Health Information Technology Advisory Committee have just a few days to get their applications in to the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, as the Aug. 4 deadline approaches.
Low-income people saw significant insurance coverage gains under the Affordable Care Act, tightening the wide gap in healthcare access among people of different socio-economic status.
More than two-thirds of Medicaid patients living with HIV fail to adequately adhere to their antiretroviral medications, according to a new study, raising concerns that it could make those patients increasingly difficult to treat.
Mednax missed its second-quarter earnings guidance on the same slowing in hospital services that hit investor-owned hospital chains.
MetroHealth appointed Cheryl Forino Wahl to its newly created role of senior vice president and chief ethics and compliance officer, which aims to validate that the system's policies and practices reflect an ethical culture in which employees do more than simply follow the law, but do the right...
The constant, complicated stream of administrative documents flooding healthcare providers' back offices involved in fulfilling purchase orders, replacing equipment and tracking warranty credits can pose financial risks, but new software aims to help.
For the third time in three days, a majority of Republicans failed to coalesce around a way to repeal and replace Obamacare, as three centrist Republicans voted no on a "skinny repeal."