The CMS wants to launch a study this spring to track the burdens associated with the Merit-based Incentive Payment System and how it can address them.
Bright Star Community Outreach on Chicago's South Side is using faith to help healthcare stakeholders connect with community members victimized by the trauma of gun violence.
Mandatory continuing education for providers on prescribing and managing opioids and expanding telehealth for treating opioid addicts are among the bills House policymakers will consider this week.
Wall Street analysts speaking at a panel discussion in Nashville Thursday said the future looks bright—and lucrative—for payers and medical-device makers, but not necessarily hospitals.
A new study calls for community health centers to make securing housing a top priority for their patient populations.
The CMS' newest requirement for long-term care providers to have an antibiotic stewardship program has caused facilities to go through a significant culture change.
Surveyors that assess hospitals for compliance with federal and state laws are implementing a new policy that could lead to the closure of some so-called micro-hospitals.
A glitch in the 21st Century Cures act essentially halted Medicare reimbursements for home infusion therapy for years. Time is running out to implement a fix that would take effect in 2019.