The average cost of managing Type 1 diabetes spiked by nearly $6,000 from 2012 to 2016, thanks in large part to insulin prices nearly doubling during that time.
Scrolling through the GoFundMe website reveals seemingly an endless number of people who need help or community support. A common theme: the cost of healthcare. Of the $5 billion the company says it has raised, about a third has been for medical expenses.
Children's hospital administrators are concerned the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could cut into their fundraising revenue by reducing the financial incentive to give to charities.
Nearly three-quarters of 291 senior executives polled said they expect better business performance in 2019 than last year, fueled primarily by mergers and acquisitions.
The top-funded private digital health companies in the U.S. tended to look at healthy populations in their studies published in peer-reviewed journals.
Not-for-profit hospitals in the 340B program stand to benefit the most after a federal judge blocked a proposal to cut reimbursement in the drug discount program by 30%.
A federal judge in Washington has thrown out HHS' massive cuts to hospitals' 340B program, which could affect the future of the Trump administration's drug pricing plan.
After the passage of a new rule back in April, hospitals across the country are about to make their prices publicly available on the internet.
Physician practices took the spotlight in 2018, as health systems, payers and private equity firms rush to gobble them up.
Thousands of people in Michigan are getting a special gift this season: Their medical bills are being forgiven.
The number of outpatient centers has swelled, illustrating healthcare's transition from vast acute-care footprints to more convenient outpatient space.
K Health, the maker of a symptom-checker app that directs patients to doctors, has raised $25 million in a Series B round that will fuel its expansion into telehealth and chronic-care management.