- The Huntington Herald-Dispatch15 hours ago
As part of what senior deputy attorney general Robert Leslie called the cultivation of a "statewide force multiplier" in detecting and uprooting human trafficking, the West Virginia Attorney ...
Centric Consulting’s Miami Team Awarded Contract by State of Florida Agency for Health Care AdministrationStamford Advocate17 hours ago
Centric Consulting, LLC, and Tellus, LLC, are announcing the award of a contract to provide the State of Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (the Agency) with an Electronic ...
- Politico5 days ago
Beto O'Rourke is taking a page from the Ted Cruz campaign playbook — he’s running for the Senate on health care. Six years ago, Cruz won a tough Republican primary fight and coasted ...
- The Wall Street Journal3 days ago
Virtual health care is popular—in theory. Many U.S. consumers support the concept, but most doctors aren’t meeting consumer demand, according to a pair of new surveys from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions.
- The Republican4 days ago
A group of businesses is raising concerns that a health care overhaul passed by the Massachusetts House and Senate -- originally intended to cut health care costs ...
- The National Law Review22 hours ago
Following our inaugural installment of the Health Care Enforcement Quarterly Roundup, we are pleased to be back this quarter with another overview of key enforcement trends in ...
- The Charlotte Observer3 days ago
Stocks shook off a weak start and ended higher on Wall Street, led by gains in technology, health care and consumer products companies.
- The Charleston Gazette21 hours ago
A day after he denounced a resolution adopted at the national American Federation of Teachers convention endorsing universal health care as "radical" and "socialist," Senate President ...
- STAT News via Yahoo News3 hours ago
Amazon is shaking up the $3.4 trillion health care market. It has acquired the fast-growing online pharmacy PillPack. It has made moves into the PBM business.
- KSL Salt Lake City3 days ago
Patients aren't the only ones worried about rising health care costs. Doctors, too, are apparently hoping for more transparency, specifically from pharmaceutical and insurance companies, which seem to drive the industry.