Providers and care support teams are just as wary as their patients of mHealth security and privacy, claims a risk management and patient safety specialist.
In an effort to better regulate narrow networks, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners is working to hash out a new model network adequacy law, reports Managed Care magazine.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump offered details about his plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act in a recent interview with "60 Minutes."
When John Boehner retires as Speaker of the House, it will mark the end of the Ohio Republican's complicated and conflict-fraught relationship with the Affordable Care Act.
Two hospitals in the District of Columbia have been sued for charging "illegal" and "excessive" fees to patients for providing them with copies of their electronic health records.
Healthcare wearables face a variety of challenges, including the development of an industry that will drive value-added solutions, and privacy, political and treatment issues that could divert attention from innovation, according to Robert Reuss, Ph.D.
When it comes to the rigorous review process that major industry mergers must face, how soon is too soon to declare victory? Personally, I would argue that any time before the Department of Justice...
Accredited mobile healthcare apps are not as secure and data is not as protected as many may believe, new research concludes.
As innovation becomes an increasingly vital part of the healthcare landscape amid rapid change within the industry, several obstacles may keep efforts at innovation from taking off, according to Executive Insight.
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and a group of Senate Democrats introduced a bill Thursday to repeal the Cadillac tax, which would place a 40 percent levy on certain high-cost employer health plans starting in 2017.