Advanced practice nurses are urging the American Medical Association to rescind a recent decision to launch a campaign focused on limiting independent practice of non-physician practitioners across state lines.
The CMS announced Thursday that patient experience scores and star ratings have been added to the Physician Compare website for patients and caregivers to view.
HHS' Office of Inspector General said the CMS must work on ways to provide technical assistance to clinicians for MACRA participation and create a more robust integrity program.
AMGA members expect the majority of their Medicare revenue will be risk-based in 2019. That's a 6 percentage point jump from this year.
Dr. Delos "Toby" Cosgrove has always been in search of a better way to do things — for patients, for Cleveland Clinic, for its caregivers.
The CEO of Boston's Fenway Community Health Center resigned Sunday in the wake of a Boston Globe investigation into years of sexual harassment allegations against a prominent doctor at the center.
A recent survey found that in defining high-value care, patients emphasize costs and convenience while doctors see relationships and patient outcomes as better indicators of value.
Growth in ambulatory services including physicians' offices and outpatient clinics accounted for most of the seasonally adjusted nearly 30,000 jobs added to the healthcare sector in November.
A suburban New York City woman has sued a doctor, claiming he used his cellphone to take a language test while operating on her.
Either Dr. Salomon Melgen is one of the biggest Medicare swindlers ever, stealing more than $100 million from the federal healthcare program, or a penny-ante thief who walked off with $64,000.
Medicare is increasingly willing to pay primary-care physicians to manage complex patients using new billing codes and demonstration projects, which a new Urban Institute report says may narrow the pay gap between primary-care physicians and specialists.
Prosecutors say a prominent Florida eye doctor accused of bribing Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey should get a 30-year sentence for a separate Medicare fraud scheme that they say stole more than $100 million from the federal government.