The definitive agreement adds Presence Health’s 10 Chicagoland hospitals to the nine-hospital integrated system AMITA Health, which is a joint venture by Ascension’s Alexian Brothers Health System and Adventist Midwest Health.
Still in the works: Determining real-time eligibility.
As she bided her time before she could go home after a minor surgical procedure, Beth Thompson did what might seem like an unremarkable thing: She drank ginger ale.
Under the state’s certificate-of-need laws, providers must get state approval for expansion projects or new construction. The FTC says that limits competition and fails consumers.
Doctors can be so focused on trying to fix each ailment that 'no one is addressing the big picture.'
Medicare Advantage plans, ACOs, and physicians offering telehealth services stand to benefit from provisions set forth in the omnibus package.
Republican House members urge vote; advocates meet with Vice President Pence.
Although the quantity of opioids prescribed in the U.S. has risen dramatically, it has declined in emergency departments.
U.S. healthcare costs have been high for decades, outpacing other developed countries since at least the 1980s. But costs continue to rise, and that is causing many experts to ask why.
Hospital officials in Oregon have ended a policy that prevented an undocumented woman from getting a liver transplant because of her immigration status after outcry, according to local news reports.