More than 750 government and private ACOs are now in place, helping healthcare transition away from fee-for-service. Find out what's working and what's planned for the future.
As the number of people with diabetes in the U.S. continues to climb, plans and integrated health systems are employing personalized strategies to help manage the disease.
Consensus is building on the promise of genetic testing and other technological advances to help individualize testing, prevention and treatment for better outcomes.
Consumers searching for health information on Google will now see results from Mayo Clinic in a feature box at the top of the return screen.
Hospital rankings provide consumers with valuable information, but they're not always in agreement.
After several years of uneven progress, the pace of healthcare payment reform shifted into high gear in January when the U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced plans to tie 30% of traditional, or fee-for-service,...
After the first year of Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), some healthcare providers and plans on the front lines are confronting operational—as well as political—challenges.
Read what a panel of distinguished industry experts has to say about the increasingly difficult job of managing specialty pharmaceuticals.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts has taken big steps to curb the growing opioid addiction problem.
Many employers that offer generous health insurance packages are not looking forward to 2018, when the so-called Cadillac tax will impose a 40% penalty on high-cost health plans.