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Health Law & Policy
The federal government is pushing forward with regulatory action that it hopes will end data blocking and promote more sharing of patient information.
How a recently concluded jury trial in federal district court in Texas has major nationwide implications for existing and future marketing arrangements between medical facilities and doctors.
A proposed rule to limit rebates paid by drug companies to pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) could negatively impact physicians, payers and patients.
Groups representing primary care physicians said new state laws restricting abortion impede the physician-patient relationship and may jeopardize patient care.
A new RAND study uncovers significant differences between healthcare costs paid by privately insured patients and those paid out by Medicare.
Physician groups responded to the president's remarks on medical bills with some support and some concern.
Medicare ACOs that received bonus payments—even just one—were far more likely to remain in the program and succeed, according to a new study.
Physicians may be over-correcting their prescribing practices as a result of the opioid addiction crisis by cutting off patients that still need the drugs.
A joint study conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Los Angeles Times shows that workers with employer-sponsored health plans are in many cases struggling to cope with average deductibles that increased 212 percent between 2008 and 2018.