RB Group to Pay $1.4B to Settle Criminal, Civil Probes of Opioid Marketing
The England-based company denies any wrongdoing and said the settlement 'is in the best interests of the company and its...
Strategy2 Pain Points Strategy Leaders Are Talking About Right Now
Healthcare CEOs are looking to their peers for potential strategies on how to succeed in the midst of the industry's...
FinanceAlmost 70% of Provider Execs List Consumer Experience as Top Priority
A Sage Growth Partners survey commissioned by Docent Health asked executives which consumer experience strategies were most effective.
Clinical CareHow To Get A Cheaper Prescription Before Leaving The Doctor's Office
A growing number of health systems and insurers providing real-time drug pricing information to physicians so they can help patients...
StrategyFlorida Repeals CON Law, and One Hospital CEO Cheers
Cleveland Clinic Florida CEO Wael Barsoum, MD, says removing the artificial barrier to competition will improve access to care and...
Trump Has Blessed States' Exploration Of Importing Drugs. Will It Catch On?
The states' plans signal how frustration among consumers is putting pressure on federal and state officials.
FinanceTrump's Price Transparency Executive Order Expected Monday
The president plans to direct federal agencies to begin the regulatory work of requiring healthcare providers and insurers to disclose...
FinanceUber Health Head on NEMT Competition: 'This is Not a Winner-Take-All Market'
Just over a month after going public, Uber Health's head executive discusses how the ridesharing company plans to differentiate its...
Finance1 In 6 Insured Hospital Patients Get A Surprise Bill For Out-Of-Network Care
As many as 26% of admissions from the emergency room resulted in a surprise medical bill.
You Say 'Network Matching,' I Say 'Arbitration'
Witnesses at Senate hearing disagree on solutions for surprise billing.
Clinical CareWhy You Should Take A Peek At Your Doctor's Notes On Your Health
The OpenNotes project encourages doctors to share their notes with patients, and invites patients to ask for access to their...
FinanceGroup Calls on Hopkins to Stop Harassing Poor Patients for Money
Protesters presented the Baltimore-based health system with a letter and a petition with their demands.