Under a new federal regulation, health insurers and self-insured employers are now required to publish an itemized list of the prices they pay for most health care services—a move that gives consumers access to online tools that provide cost estimates for around 500 "shoppable" services.
In Dobbs v. Jackson, the Supreme Court held that emergency contraceptives like Plan B do not involve "the destruction of what Roe called 'potential life,'" and are not affected by the court's ruling that overturned the constitutional right to an abortion—but "the ambiguity of the law" and uncertainty around what it prohibits continues to cause confusion on whether Plan B can be legally accessed in certain states.
On Monday, a gunman opened fire onto an Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, killing at least six people and wounding at least 30, causing what one doctor at the scene called "wartime injuries."
There have been plenty of headlines sounding the alarm over a physician shortage, but how can health care leaders prevent one? Radio Advisory's, Rachel Woods sat down with Advisory Board's Daniel Kuzmanovich and Sebastian Beckmann to talk about the strategies health care leaders can employ to prevent a physician shortage.
Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson on Thursday was officially sworn in as the newest member of the Supreme Court, marking "a profound step forward for our nation," according to President Joe Biden, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia and