FinanceNew York State Price Transparency Proposal May Not Work as Intended
While posting hospital prices online seems like a good idea, in reality, it would likely cause more confusion for patients.
FinanceTop-earning Nonprofit Hospitals Shortchange Charity Care
Study finds nonprofit hospitals with thicker bottom lines gave disproportionately lower levels of charity care.
FinanceMore than 60% of Medicare Enrollees Concerned With Surprise Medical Bills
Additionally, almost 40% of enrollees said having an in-network provider was their top concern when receiving medical care.
Innovation3 Ways to Tame Chronic Disease With Technology
How health systems are using apps, at-home monitoring, and virtual care to bring chronic disease management into control.
Clinical CareHarvard Medical School Professor Advances Healthcare Innovation
Neel Shah, MD, is exploring frontiers of OB-GYN, value-based care, and medical innovation.
StrategyWhen Your Doctor Is Also A Lobbyist: Inside The War Over Surprise Medical Bills
Bills with the most momentum are making more and more concessions to physicians.
FinanceSurprise Billing Prevalent in Elective Surgeries
A study found that 20.5% of elective surgeries came with an out-of-network bill with an average charge of $2,011.
FinanceDon't Leave Money for New Technologies on the Table
CMS has raised the payment level for new technology in 2020. Now, here's what you need to know.
StrategyHouse Ways & Means Committee Releases Surprise Billing Legislation
Leaders of both the Senate and House health committees commented on the new proposal.
FinancePatients Stuck With Bills After Insurers Don't Pay As Promised
When insurers revoke their decision to pay after the service is completed, patients are legally on the hook for the...
FinancePatients Caught In Crossfire Between Giant Hospital Chain, Large Insurer
Disagreements between insurers and health systems that leave patients stranded are a perennial problem in U.S. healthcare.
Clinical CareSocial Determinants of Health Program Generates ROI
In a Pennsylvania study, decreases in cost-of-care offset the expenses of community health worker teams.