Writing in The Hill, leaders of five not-for-profit health systems called on Congress to work with them to draft health reform legislation that would improve health care quality and ensure U.S. residents keep their health coverage.
Two large studies published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine support previous research that has found drinking coffee doesn't harm—and could even help—your health, but the authors warn the findings do not demonstrate a cause-and-effect between coffee consumption and longevity.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Monday announced the agency plans to require manufacturers of immediate-release opioids to offer extensive training on how to properly prescribe the drugs—and is mulling requiring providers to undergo such training.
HHS Secretary Tom Price recently said the Senate GOP's proposed changes to Medicaid financing would make the program "much more flexible for states." But CBO said most states wouldn't "have substantial additional flexibility" under the Better Care Reconciliation Act. Who's right?
While mentorship dynamics among physicians and nurses in the United States have changed in recent decades, the relationship is just as important as ever. Here are expert tips on how to mentor effectively.
As health systems transition from fee-for-service to value-based payment models, population health is becoming more of a focus—and health systems increasingly are hiring senior executives to manage the health of entire communities.