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Quality may be getting better, but the GAO was not pleased that the VA did not have a handle on the drop-off in evaluations.
A large majority of healthcare organizations have been compromised by a cyberattack during the last 2 years and only half believe they are adequately prepared for preventing these attacks.
The latest option combines empagliflozin and metformin hydrochloride.
A novel microRNA gene signature could guide earlier intervention in pancreatic cancer.
Research from The Commonwealth Fund found little indication that risk segmentation is causing adverse effects in the insurance market either in coverage sold on the exchanges and coverage sold off the exchanges.
Pharmacy cost trends are expected to increase 10% up from 6.3% the year before, with specialty pharmacy trends experiencing the largest increases, according to a survey from Aon Health.
Although the fee-for-service model of reimbursement has been blamed as an reason for high healthcare costs in America, a report from HealthPocket found that eliminating this payment model in provider-owned health plans did not produce the cheapest health plans.
In Texas, a new law will allow more patients to get help negotiating lower bills from hospital-based doctors who are out of network instead of being stuck with huge bills even when the hospital is in their health insurer's provider network.