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The opioid epidemic has cost more than $1 trillion since 2001—an amount that will likely grow over the next several years.
Healthcare spending growth has begun to stabilize, based on several factors such as hospital spending and GDP, according to a report from Altarum.
The Maryland Health Care Commission has launched a new online pricing tool that allows state residents to compare the costs of common procedures.
Altarum, a nonprofit consulting firm, believes it has come up with a better alternative to high-deductible health plans.
A new analysis finds that hiring within the health sector moderated in August but spending growth slowed.
Popular television cohosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski will kick off this year’s annual conference of the Healthcare Financial Management Association with their presentation, “The Changing Landscape of America."
The healthcare sector’s growth appears to have slowed in 2017, with the latest numbers showing drops in growth of employment, prices and spending.
Despite the popular perception that greedy drugmakers are responsible for rising healthcare costs, some experts say that hospitals are the true culprits and pharma is getting a bad rap.
Drug spending and drug pricing are exerting different forces on the economics of healthcare delivery.
Healthcare spending continued to grow at a modest rate this summer, but pricing actually grew by a higher-than-average margin.