Virtual care provider Teledoc Health will acquire InTouch Health for the purchase price of $600M.

Accountable care organizations are increasingly saving Medicare more money, but after the Trump administration made significant changes to the Medicare Shared Savings Program, fewer of these organizations are participating, according to data from the National Association of Accountable Care Organizations (NAACOS).

Drug prices are still rising, with manufacturers hiking up prices at the start of 2020. And the “reluctance” from the Republican party to challenge those rising prices could become a huge liability for the upcoming 2020 election, according to The Hill.

Drug prices are still rising in 2020, but the rate of inflation appears to be slowing down. For investors, however, that might be good news, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Hospital charges are on their way up, driving up private payments that are already significantly higher than public payments, according to a new study published in Health Affairs. However, the widening gap between private and public payments appears to be slowing down.

 

A handful of major drugstore retailers are suing Ohio doctors over their role in the national opioid abuse and overdose epidemic, claiming pharmacies alone shouldn't be found liable in litigation.

Healthcare jobs are among the best paying in the nation, according to new rankings from U.S. News and World Report. In addition, healthcare jobs are among the best jobs overall for 2020.

Healthcare administrative and bureaucracy costs in the U.S. reached $812 billion in 2017––a whopping four times higher than Canada, according to a new study by Harvard researchers. And Medicare for all could be the way to achieve huge savings.

A membership-based primary care services company backed by private equity groups, One Medical Group, has filed for an initial public offering with the SEC.

Hospital performance took a dive toward the end of 2019, according to the latest National Hospital Flash Report from Kaufman Hall.

Not all physician specialties are alike when it comes to salary, with some commanding significantly higher earnings. In fact, some specialties can yield double the salary of others, according to a recent MedPage salary survey.

One New York City woman received the shock of a lifetime when her surprise medical bill to treat a cold and sore throat toped $25,000.