The AHA is urging all provider organizations to require COVID-19 vaccinations for their healthcare workers while also pledging support to organizations that adopt such mandates.
Alcohol consumption was responsible for more than 4% of new cancer cases in 2020.
Walgreens Boots Alliance is opening 29 primary care practices with VillageMD in Texas under the Village Medical brand.
Broadening clinician access to the health histories of patients’ parents and grandparents would help ward off or better treat numerous chronic illnesses common to middle-aged adults in the U.S.
Going by private health-insurance data, national telehealth utilization dropped 12.5% this spring, slipping from 5.6% of claims in March to 4.9% in April.
The U.S. military’s universal healthcare system has proved to be a big benefit for one group of patients, according to a new study.
Nevada lawmakers have passed a new law that creates a public healthcare option, aiming to reduce costs and incentivize consumers to consider lower priced healthcare plans rather than none at all.
A record 31 million are covered under health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, the White House announced in a report.
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new drug that claims to slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. The drug is the first approved for Alzheimer’s disease since 2003.
Deficiencies in healthcare systems are emerging in states with some of the fastest growing populations.
Mayo Clinic Health System is permanently closing five locations in Minnesota and Iowa.
JPMorgan Chase is forging a new path in the healthcare space following the downfall of Haven Healthcare, its recent joint venture with Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway.