A panel that advises Congress and HHS on Medicaid policy recommended tweaking the Medicaid drug rebate program to reduce spending on drugs by hundreds of millions of dollars.
A new study published Tuesday shows hospitals aren't fully relying on medications to treat opioid use disorder. Experts say that's a missed opportunity to expand treatment to thousands of people.
"Rethinking rural healthcare" explores how to improve healthcare in rural areas, with varied accounts of hospitals at risk of closing, including providers that have successfully reinvented themselves, and others that have shuttered under financial pressure.
The largest Catholic health system in the country launched its subsidiary Agilify, which looks to replace labor-intensive, repetitive tasks with software automation for organizations across all industries.
The plan, backed by a coalition of policymakers including former Sen. Rick Santorum, largely mirrors last year's failed Graham-Cassidy bill, and doesn't have a clear path to passage in Congress.
A key Senate panel is eyeing a change to 340B law to let HHS' Health Resources and Services Administration add new reporting requirements for covered hospitals and clinics.
Abbott Laboratories needs to decide whether to jump back into the merger arena or rely on internal revenue sources to drive growth and support Abbott's shares, which have leveled off since climbing 40% to a five-year peak of $63.62 during the 12 months ended in March.
Employees at the Houston-based cancer center lost a laptop and two thumb drives containing data on approximately 33,800 patients. It's the fourth largest HIPAA-related settlement ever paid to HHS' Office for Civil Rights.
Almost all healthcare organizations surveyed by EY are either in the process of adopting new technology or are planning on doing so in the next year.
This month, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities around the nation are holding Pride observances to recognize hard-fought civil rights battles. While LGBTQ freedom, rights and acceptance have come a long way, there is more work to be done.
Integris Health has chosen Timothy Pehrson as its next CEO. Pehrson most recently served as Intermountain Healthcare's regional vice president and vice president of continuous improvement.