Google Plus Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Vimeo RSS

Health Care News Archive

Lancaster startup crafts software for  insurance brokers

premium content Lancaster startup crafts software for insurance brokers

When Matthew Ranauro moved his software consulting company from Colorado to Pennsylvania in 2014, he also had to switch the company's health...

Premium hikes designed to keep insurers in ACA market

In a bid to keep insurers in the Obamacare marketplace, the Pennsylvania Insurance Department is allowing insurance companies to charge more for...

Lawmakers resume work, committees to vote on opioid legislation

Action is expected on several bills related to opioids this week in Harrisburg as state lawmakers return to work for a final session before...

Family First Health opens first Lancaster County medical center

York-based Family First Health has opened its first Lancaster County practice.

Hershey-Pinnacle abandon merger fight

Hershey-Pinnacle abandon merger fight

After an almost year-long battle with state and federal regulators, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and PinnacleHealth System...

premium content What to do about the flu?

The flu shot always makes me sick. I've never had the flu before, so why bother getting the shot?

premium content At your service: Hospitals wade into market for concierge care

Concierge medical practices have been treating patients since the 1990s, but now some hospitals are joining the trend.

premium content Something for the pain: Barriers block access to opioid alternatives

Nationwide efforts to reduce prescriptions for opioid pain pills have many people asking what might take the place of opioids when it comes to...

Charity care: The rise and fall and rise again?

premium content Charity care: The rise and fall and rise again?

By Susan Lindt, Contributing writer

It's a mixed forecast for uncompensated care, the treatment that hospitals provide but for which they are not paid.