Assessment could help in standardizing, reducing CT scans.
Company says provider costs, consumer use add to rate increases. Hearing set.
Litigation settles after nearly ten years, revealing details of what went wrong.
Legislation would implement pre-approval requirement for rate changes.
Obama says he's looking forward to meeting, but Republicans are skeptical.
HHS Secretary and California Insurance Commissioner ask for details on costs and benefits.
Conference has info on quality, use, and capacity of screening for the deadly disease.
Agency suggests statistical methods for cost and streamlining.
Research on traumatic brain injury will be used to determine faster treatment, safer vehicles.
Reform measure would end exemption for health care, medical malpractice insurance.
Obama uses Town Hall meeting to revive support.
Group accused of anti-competitive tactics against health insurers.
Budget includes health IT, research, public health measures.
Company will pay U.S. $3.76 regarding surgical ablation devices.
Federal budget and political capital are part of the current debate on health care reform as the policy focus shifts to the economy.
CT and PET equipment will record radiation exposure for patients' records.
Plans can't be more restrictive than with medical coverage.
One patent claim dismissed, others upheld.
Party lines drawn again for support and opposition to reform.
While reform inches along, other legislation progresses.
This bill would give critical access hospitals priority in receiving grants under the Public Health Service Act, to assist in promotion of hospital health information technology.
Sentence and restitution required.
encephalography (MEG) used successfully in diagnosis.
The president vows to fight for meaningful reform.
Boston Scientific prevails in Promus stent patent case.
Intensive intervention will be compared to current procedures.
Agency will address various challenges faced in the process.
Study finds change in use after informational seminars.
Price doesn't reflect value, Committee says.
Dems consider options as key seat is lost.
Melbourne Internal Medicine Associates says it is resolving Medicare fraud case.
Meaningful Use and Standards and Certification Criteria Interim Final Rule in the Federal Register. Curl up with the federal regulations for health IT adoption.
Lost disk drive had health and personal information of thousands, Connecticut AG says.
Ethicon's parent company is Johnson & Johnson. Tyco's parent company is Covidien.
Agency says changes will help at-risk populations with health concerns.
As potential immediate reforms are touted, Republicans want more analysis.
DOJ and city reach agreement on protecting patients in hospital.
Eleventh Circuit holds that data is covered by FOIA exception and injunction.
U.S. distribution and sales of medical devices halted as company agrees to resolve issues.
Recession led to higher GDP health spending, but slower growth overall.
Inverness claims First Response violates Clearblue Easy patent for home pregnancy test.
Project will develop FDA's Sentinel system.
The two companies have signed a co-marketing agreement that enables Technology Partners' IMAGINEradiology billing solution to be integrated with Carestream RIS.
Some state systems have extensive information and analysis that could educate the medical community.