StrategyThe Trump Administration Is Leaving the Nation's Emergency Backup Hospital System on the Sidelines
Leaders at the Department of Veterans Affairs say they are ready to answer the call to assist HHS or FEMA....
FinanceHHS Awards $100M to Health Centers to Prepare for COVID-19
The aid comes three weeks after President Donald Trump signed a $8.3 billion coronavirus funding package.
FinancePharmacists Call on N.Y. to Lift Restrictions to Fight Coronavirus
The Pharmacists Society of the State of New York released a six-point plan to address the outbreak.
StrategySen. Chuck Schumer Requests 'Marshall Plan For Hospitals'
The Senate Minority Leader is calling for a government stimulus for provider organizations.
StrategyAnd Then There Were Two: Biden, Sanders Debate With Coronavirus On Everyone's Mind
Amid the coronavirus crisis, a near empty bar screens the Democratic Party 2020 presidential debate between Democratic presidential candidate former...
StrategyPresident Trump Declares National Emergency Due to COVID-19 Outbreak, Includes Hospital Waivers
The announcement came one week after President Trump signed an $8.3 billion funding bill to combat the coronavirus crisis.
FinanceCapping Out-of-Network Payments Could Save as Much as Medicare-for-All
Under the strictest cap on out-of-network charges, in-network negotiated hospital prices could fall by $124 billion per year.
StrategyPresident Trump Signs $8.3B Coronavirus Funding Bill, Telehealth Restrictions Waived
The decision to waive restrictions on telemedicine for Medicare beneficiaries was praised by the American Telehealth Association.
FinanceAs ACA Case Heads to Supreme Court, Healthcare Execs Plan for 'Uncertainty'
Though hearings won't take place for months and a decision is likely a year away, providers should keep cash on...
FinanceSlow Healthcare Spending Growth From ACA Not Benefiting Hospitals
The study's lead author said slow healthcare spending growth "might not be so great for hospitals and health systems."
StrategySupreme Court to Hear Challenge to ACA
The court is expected to hear the case during its fall term and return a decision by June 2021.
FinanceStates Lean on Legislation to Drive Competition, Lower Costs
Seven states have entities specifically in place to boost competition and cap healthcare costs, according to a recent study.