Ten top Cigna executives will keep their same positions after the company's $67 billion acquisition of Express Scripts is finalized.

CHS, one of the nation’s largest publicly traded hospital companies and operators, has settled with the U.S. Department of Justice for $262 million over an investigation of kickback and false billing allegations related to a hospital company it acquired in 2014.

Bobby Jindal, former governor of Louisiana, has been appointed to the board of directors of WellCare, a Tampa, Florida-based managed care company.

Looking into 2019, healthcare executives see a lot of the same top challenges as they did in 2018, but digital health and patient-centered care are rising concerns.

Speaking at the Morgan Stanley Global Healthcare Conference in New York last week, CVS Health executives answered questions on the company’s $69 billion acquisition of Aetna and its role in the ongoing debate around drug pricing.

A top breast cancer doctor and researcher has resigned from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center after a report revealed he failed to disclose millions of dollars he received from healthcare companies in medical journals and research.

Leana Wen, MD, has been named the new president of not-for-profit healthcare services company Planned Parenthood.

HCA Healthcare's R. Milton Johnson is retiring as CEO of the Nashville, Tennessee-based healthcare services company.

A top breast cancer researcher has continually failed to disclose potential conflicts of interest in his research after receiving millions of dollars from drug and healthcare companies, according to a report from Pro Publica and The New York Times.

The healthcare venture formed by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase has named Jack Stoddard as its new COO, according to CNBC.

President Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, Brett Kavanaugh, is facing a confirmation hearing this week as the Senate reviews his record and questions the nominee. The process opened with dramatic cries from Democrats to adjourn and postpone the hearings on Tuesday, Sept. 4

A Plano, Texas-based physician came under fire for stating the gender wage gap among physicians exists because female doctors don’t work as hard.