The MACRA final rule: It’s time to gear up
In a value-based world, providers won't need IT tools. They'll need IT partners.
Shopping for healthcare isn’t the same as buying a car
Harvard economist Amitabh Chandra on the limits of viewing patients as consumers
To lower prices for prescription drugs, use more data
Clinical drug trials are still operating by the rules of a paper-based world
Four things healthcare IT can learn from the 1990s
When mapping healthcare's future, remember the rise of the internet
Treat the children well
High-deductible health plans might be the biggest threat to pediatric health, argues Paul Levy
Will MACRA fizzle under pressure?
A new announcement from CMS gives clinicians flexibility — and uncertainty
3 things to expect from the Hill this fall
With Congress back in session, here's what's in store for healthcare
We’re all to blame for the EpiPen price hikes
Claire McCarthy, M.D. on alternatives for allergy sufferers — and the will to pursue them
Watch: ‘Present shock’ and the healthcare revolution
Douglas Rushkoff on how doctors and patients can survive — and thrive — in the digital age
Rethinking the well visit — as a chance to listen
Pediatricians are required to ask questions, but are they given time to listen to the answers?