It stands to reason that the best way to deal with unaffordable healthcare isn’t to take a second mortgage out on the house, but to make healthcare more affordable.
Health Law and Policy
If an office manager in Colorado can steal more than $600,000 from her physician sister, then the same can happen at your office. Here’s how to avoid it.
Asking Americans to improve their health should not be too much to ask.
When a security breach occurs, reporting it is essential. But what happens when that breach occurs within your business partner’s system rather than your own?
Physician-owned hospitals have strengths that are especially relevant during an age of value-based care and comparison healthcare shopping
Before joining a virtual group to report quality metrics, make sure to pick the right partners
Earlier this month, the U.S. Health and Human Services Department unveiled "American Patients First," President Trump's blueprint to lower drug prices and reduce out-of-pocket costs for patients. Read more.
You truly have to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to find out the true barriers to improving their well-being.
Experts say rather than a simple rebranding of current programs, CMS is refocusing on the true purpose of EHR use by hospitals and physicians.
The Joint Commission’s “misconceptions” on pain just don’t make sense as many see it as the key to today’s opioid crisis.