Tech can do great things in health care, but it can also lead to a failure in communication.
A new proposal from the Trump administration aims to improve insurance options for patients, but some are concerned it will just raise premiums.
More practices are adopting mHealth technologies in different ways, but the lack of evidence surrounding these apps has some concerned.
The Budget Act that passed Congress recently included "small changes" to MACRA with the potential to make a big difference, says one expert.
More shakeups in the Trump administration's HHS with Brenda Fitzgerald, MD, resigning amid reports she traded in tobacco stocks.
In this podcast, AMA President David O. Barbe, MD talks about the accommodations that CMS has made towards small practices in MACRA.
The AMA and other healthcare stakeholder groups announced their intention this week to streamline the prior authorization process for physicians.
New guidance unveiled this week would allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients, but one physician advocacy group is not on board.
The professional model of medicine is trying to reach a sweet spot, allowing physicians to remain independent but maximize the power of a larger organization.
Bringing primary-care physicians in touch with the local EMS is enabling team-based care in Washington. In turn, they can reduce unnecessary utilization of the ED.