Amazon is now allowing consumers to use their health savings accounts and flexible savings accounts, which allow people to use pre-tax income to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses, to purchase certain medical supplies.
Patients of the hospitals have been unable to access their health records since the facilities closed in June 2018, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, California, and New York.
Major League Baseball swings into season today, accompanied as always by controversy surrounding performance-enhancing drugs—but did you know that your own pantry or medicine cabinet might contain substances that would get you banned from baseball? Here are 10 substances banned from MLB that are surprisingly commonplace off the field.
A growing number of primary care doctors are replacing in-person specialist consults with electronic consultations (eConsults)—a practice that can "free up capacity in crowded health systems" and reduce wait times for other patients, Austin Frakt writes for the New York Times' "The Upshot."
FDA on Wednesday released a proposed rule that would require mammogram providers to notify women with dense breasts that the trait could affect the accuracy of their mammograms and might require them to undergo further testing.
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CMS on Tuesday proposed a set of policies that would make it easier for providers to meet surgical volume requirements to launch a transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) program and receive Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement for the procedure.