Ohio’s Healthcare Price Transparency Law stipulated that providers had to give patients a “good faith” estimate of what non-emergency services would cost individuals. Opposition has been formidable, led by the goliath Ohio Hospital Association.
Allegations that Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito used methamphetamine and ecstasy while he was dean of USC’s medical school have opened a window into the pervasiveness of drug use and addiction among physicians and the challenges they face when confronting it.
Rhode Island’s two largest hospital groups are feuding over whether to end a longstanding policy that lets Women & Infants Hospital call on Rhode Island Hospital doctors for backup during emergency situations. The policy is for so-called “adult code” incidents. Under...
With Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare in disarray, several healthcare-provider organizations are calling on Congress to set aside party rancor and cut a bipartisan deal on healthcare reforms.