The controversial competitive bidding program saved the CMS $26 billion over 10 years. Yet, similar savings could be obtained through a market-based approach, a new study found.
The $2 billion acquisition of NxStage will allow Fresenius to capture market share in the home dialysis segment and capitalize on payment models that favor coordinated care, analysts said.
Blood transfusions have been a long-standing practice at health systems, despite known complications, and are believed to improve patient outcomes. A new study finds the costs and potential risks associated with the procedures outweigh the benefits.
When a team of Vanderbilt University engineers sought a way to improve the reliability of positioning systems used in delicate nose and throat surgeries, coffee was the solution. Coffee grounds, that is.
When it comes to getting emergency health services to cardiac patients, the fastest route may be as the drone flies. Recent studies in Canada and Sweden have shown some promising data with simulations of delivering care from the sky.
The e-commerce giant will shake up the medical supplies industry as it builds out its business-to-business platform, healthcare experts said.
Henry Schein Inc. reported an increase in profit as its medical supply segment continues to grow and the company doubles down on its dental equipment business.
Pfizer is one of several saline manufacturers that received subpoenas seeking documents regarding manufacturing, pricing and communication with competitors.
The deal will expand Cardinal's scale and reach but also increase its debt load.
Higi, a healthcare company launched by Tronc Chairman Michael Ferro, has received an undisclosed investment from Blue Cross and Blue Shield's venture fund, according to a statement on the company's website.
The hairs on top of your head, while aesthetically pleasing, serve no function as critical as the hair-like fibers that could soon be inside your head.
More than 42,000 people attended last week's annual conference of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. That's up about 1,000 attendees from last year for the industry's most popular conference.