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Online resources available for Hurricane Harvey

Healthcare providers and patients seeking information on how to deal with the effects of Hurricane Harvey can turn to easy-accessible, online resources for help.HHS'...

U.S. clears first ‘living drug’ for childhood leukemia

Opening a new era in cancer care, the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved the first treatment that genetically engineers patients' own blood...

CVS customer seeks dismissal of recent drug prices lawsuit

A CVS customer wants to end a federal lawsuit that hit the drugstore chain in a sensitive area:...

Medicare panel gives low vote of confidence to weight-loss treatments

A panel that advises the CMS on Medicare coverage decisions said there wasn't enough information available on whether weight-loss surgeries and devices are beneficial...

Detroit Venture Partners helps in $3.6 million round for PriorAuthNow

Detroit Venture Partners assisted NCT Ventures in leading an investment funding round for Columbus, Ohio-based PriorAuthNow, which closed...

Trump’s easing of building regulations could backfire during severe flooding

Hurricane Harvey continues to ravage southeast Texas on an unprecedented scale and that's put disaster preparedness back in the forefront. Yet, experts say an...

Providers feel the pain of slow Medicaid mental services rule rollout

David Ramsey's hospitals and emergency departments in West Virginia see the effects of the opioid epidemic every day. Medicaid beneficiaries battling addiction and psychiatric...

Guest commentary: Tilting back toward independent medical practice and what it might mean for...

The U.S. hospital industry was a major beneficiary of the Obama years. In exchange for significant Medicare rate...

Suit alleges Aetna violated law with envelope revealing HIV status

A Pennsylvania man is suing health insurer Aetna, saying his sister learned he was taking HIV medication after...