MSNVA leadership and members have been meeting with State elected officials over the summer to discuss several priorities affecting the practice of medicine.
A new Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act would give each state a federal block grant for health care using a complex formula that cuts funding for some states
Decentralized databases promise to revolutionize medical records, but not until the health-care industry buys in to the idea and gets to work.
The last time Sen. Bernie Sanders introduced a bill to put every American in the government-run Medicare system, exactly zero of his colleagues supported him.
Forward, a futuristic take on the popular concierge medical practice model, has raised $100 million and is expanding nationwide.
A revolutionary cancer therapy that uses genetically engineered immune cells has been approved. The FDA calls the treatment, made by Novartis, the “first gene therapy” in the U.S.
doc.ai is building a new platform for established medical companies to enable patients to have personalized, AI-powered conversations about their health at any time of day.
CMS will reimburse providers for their telemedicine expenses in a bundled program for certain joint replacements while also announcing plans to scale that program back and cancel two others.
Two decades ago, few people would have accepted the idea that the upstart online bookseller Amazon.com would ultimately undermine the profitability and survival of brick and mortar retail chains. Now, telemedicine platforms are poised to create the same type of dramatic disruption in the delivery of healthcare services.
A Senate chairman on Tuesday took a significant step toward working with Democrats on stabilizing a core facet of ObamaCare — the healthcare exchanges.