John Commins is a content specialist and online news editor for HealthLeaders, a Simplify Compliance brand.
Hospitals recognized for high-quality cardiac care are more likely to be penalized under value-based programs than other hospitals.
Study finds nonprofit hospitals with thicker bottom lines gave disproportionately lower levels of charity care.
The appellate court ruled that HHS Secretary Alex Azar's approval of a Section 1115 waiver for Arkansas was "arbitrary and capricious."
Chris Roth says enhancing community ties and improving healthcare access and affordability will be focus points during his tenure.
The $4.8 trillion budget likely never will be implemented, but it shouldn't be ignored.
15 Arkansas hospitals are the latest of hundreds of other hospitals across the country challenging opioid makers and distributors.
For U.S. hospitals, an outbreak of the coronavirus would increase demand for services, but also increase costs.
A study found that 20.5% of elective surgeries came with an out-of-network bill with an average charge of $2,011.
The $4.8 trillion proposed budget is not expected to get much traction in Congress. However, critics say it demonstrates the administrations efforts to shred the safety net.
An new analysis estimates what savings states will need to generate in aggregate and per capita Medicaid models.