Medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) integrate legal professionals into healthcare settings to help patients address the underlying structural problems at the root of so many health inequities.
More than 93 million Americans—80% of Internet users—have searched online for a health-related topic, such as a particular medical treatment, doctor, hospital or health insurance.
On May 8, the administration issued the much-anticipated final rule requiring drug manufacturers to disclose wholesale acquisition prices in their broadcast advertising.
On April 17, the long-awaited second set of proposed opportunity zone (OZ) regulations was released by the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service.
Much has been written about California’s new, robust privacy legislation, which is slated to begin implementation in 2020.
The annual Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters from the federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) sets key rules for the commercial health insurance market.
Healthcare organizations are prime targets for class action lawsuits. The healthcare industry tops the list for class action data breach lawsuits.
The number of healthcare transactions reached a record-smashing 1,738 in 2018.
Between 1999 and 2017, more than 700,000 people died from a drug overdose—with almost 400,000 of those deaths involving an opioid.
New laws in Europe and California are forcing tech companies to reassess their content or risk big fines.