CMS has chosen 25 participants to advance to Stage 1 of its AI Health Outcomes Challenge, an initiative aimed at developing AI-driven healthcare predictions for providers and clinicians.
CMS has finalized changes to Medicare payment methodologies that aim to improve care for kidney care patients.
The healthcare space has seen an influx of investment from private equity groups looking to innovate the market, but the role of these investors could also be pushing healthcare prices higher.
Social media giant Facebook has announced its new Preventive Health Tool aimed at prompting users of its site to connect with healthcare services and organizations.
Walgreens is switching up its approach to in-store clinics, closing the clinics it operates and keeping those run by other health systems.
Cerner Corporation, one of the nation’s largest electronic health records platforms, has partnered with Uber Health to improve non-emergency transportation that can be included in the patient record.
Telehealth is finally seeing a little more traction in acceptance and use, according to a recent survey from J.D. Power. In fact, telehealth adoption is set to grow as more consumers use the technology and recommend the service to others.
Racial bias has been uncovered in health algorithms, negatively affecting black patients, according to new research published in Science.
Between one-third and half of all nurses and doctors in the U.S. are feeling symptoms of burnout.
Cleveland Clinic has released its rankings for the best medical innovations for 2020.
Biogen, a biotech company based in Massachusetts, is planning to seek approval from the FDA for an experimental drug that targets the underlying causes of Alzheimer’s disease.
CVS Health is experimenting with drone delivery to its pharmacy customers through a new partnership with UPS subsidiary UPS Flight Forward.