The American Medical Association calls on CMS to curtail the 2018 reporting period for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System; what you need to know about the next wave of health care reform; and more.
The investment plans for Adventist Health System's Florida Hospital in Orlando include a new $300 million patient tower, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Alabama, Florida, and Texas.
CMS is seeking "broad input" on ways to allow primary care providers to contract directly with patients, noting that the agency plans to test a direct provider contracting model in Medicare Parts A and B, Medicare Advantage, and Medicaid.
Ethicists on a government panel are raising concerns about a Zika vaccine trial that would infect study participants with the virus—but the scientists who designed the trial dismissing the concerns as misguided and "really insulting."
Reusable medical scopes often contain bacteria even after going through standard cleaning and disinfection processes, according to a study recently published in the American Journal of Infection Control.
Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson in a statement Thursday said he withdrew his nomination because "these false allegations have become a distraction for [President Trump] and the important issue we must be addressing—how we give the best care to our nation's heroes."
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, on Monday gave birth to her third child in a "private, luxurious medical facility" that includes a menu of wines and champagne to toast the delivery. So how did the cost of such a royal birth stack up to the cost of the typical birth in America?
Turnover is a big problem that hurts morale, productivity, and care quality—yet many managers hesitate to discuss turnover with their teams due to four key obstacles. Advisory Board's Sarah Evans explains how you can overcome these challenges and retain more of your best employees.