A small number of hospitals and health systems are turning to the courts to challenge Anthem's new policies restricting outpatient imaging and emergency department coverage. Attorneys and industry experts disagree on the cases' merits.
Assistant Managing Editor David May recently talked with Dr. Lloyd Minor about trends in training the next generation of physicians, partnerships with local tech giants, including the Apple Heart Study, and what Stanford Medicine is doing to address physician burnout.
The American Medical Association and the American Society of Addiction Medicine have developed a new way to reimburse physicians who treat patients for opioid use disorder.
Ambulance companies are worried that some dialysis patients they transport regularly may lose access to care because of a looming 13% cut to their Medicare rates that kicks in Oct. 1.
A new study calls for community health centers to make securing housing a top priority for their patient populations.
Chinese acquisitions in the U.S. senior-living industry dropped off after the first quarter of 2017 and haven't bounced back, according to an analysis by the firm Real Capital Analytics.
Although the initial results from the family experience surveys on Hospice Compare show overall strong performance, experts say a low-response rate could be tilting results higher.
Home health agencies are treating sicker patients, yet they lack some of the basic tools needed to prevent infections.