Richard Rydze is accused of 185 counts related to trafficking of steroids, HGH and painkillers as well as obstruction of justice.
Justin Tollefson is scheduled to be sentenced in August in federal court on four counts of false claims against the U.S.
MedExpress said Highmark sent a termination notice, but Highmark noted that negotiations continue for the contract that expires Aug. 1.
The now-targeted Medicaid expansion cited as a big reason why.
Lawsuit claims Gateway reduced payments by 2 percent for medical care provided to Gateway’s Medicaid and Medicare Advantage plan members.
A hardball tactic to force congressional Democrats to negotiate on President Donald Trump's health care priorities might end up backfiring.
Because it involves feeding children a life-threatening allergen, usually at home, oral immunotherapy remains out of the mainstream.
Poignant discussions at conference centered on treatment for children, illustrating why most states have okayed medical marijuana use.
The family of a New Castle woman, who was being treated at UPMC Shadyside, is suing the hospital network and a laundry service.
UPMC wants to build a three-story, 90-bed hospital along Presto Sygan Road in the Newbury Development.
A rewrite of the law will precede the planned overhaul of the tax code, an industry lobbyist said Tuesday.
Marrying medicine to Netflix’s fixed-price business model is a way to provide unlimited access to basic medical care for a flat rate.
The sponsors for the World Medical Marijuana Conference and Expo say the time to prepare for the state’s medical marijuana program is now.
Rose Morris’ DIY solution to help her son sleep safely has turned into a specialty bed business for those with special needs.
Brett Malky, president of Newbury, championed the hospital and a Top Golf entertainment facility at the commissioners’ workshop meeting.
The warning letter, dated April 3, stated that Mylan had 15 working days to respond by outlining corrective measures.
Medical networks have long said that hospital list prices for medical care are meaningless, but new research suggests otherwise.
Reports finds almost 900 medication errors at Pa. hospitals over six-month period, raising debate on the benefits and risks of technology.
This year could be UPMC’s biggest growth year yet, with plans to affiliate with seven hospitals and build an eighth in South Fayette.
With KFC’s shift, more than half of the nation’s poultry supply chain will be antibiotic-free in the near future, activist said.
The township commissioners plan to discuss the hospital plans on Wednesday and hold a public hearing and vote on April 19.
Sweetwater Pharmacognosy LLC hopes to build a 32,000-square-foot greenhouse facility in Westport Woods.
Among the conditions of Highmark’s 2013 purchase of AHN was a requirement to notify the state of certain fund transfers.
The recall covers select batches of the emergency auto-injector manufactured between December 2015 and July 2016.
Officials are offering a change in hopes of winning support from conservatives who helped derail it.
A roof leak prompted the warning at the Carnegie fast food restaurant.
At Connected Health, consumers who pay an annual fee can see a doctor, get a prescription, work out with a personal trainer and more.
A leaky roof prompted the warning at the Butler Street shop.
The restaurant was cleared by the health department to reopen Friday after cleaning up.