A recent case of a patient left in the cold in Baltimore is not an aberration, it's a symptom of a larger problem with this country's health care system.
New guidance unveiled this week would allow states to impose work requirements on Medicaid recipients, but one physician advocacy group is not on board.
Between the ACA, physician burnout, and MACRA, it was another eventful year in healthcare. Here are our favorite quotes from the past year.
The American College of Physicians (ACP) and other provider groups are not happy the recently-passed tax bill has repealed the individual mandate.
The year was full of plenty of headline news events surrounding the Affordable Care Act, HHS, opioids, and more.
We asked members of our advisory board to share their wishes for this holiday season. Here's what they had to say.
Due to the "pick your pace" flexibility for year one of the Medicare Quality Payment Program, one expert says it's hard to evaluate how physicians did.
Readers weigh-in on how they would change healthcare including removing the government and insurances companies from the picture.
How did the first year of the program go for practices and what does the final rule mean for them in 2018?
Pharma exec Alex Azar could be next in line to take over as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.