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Anthem's ER Policy: HHS Response Leaves Senator Unsatisfied
A lawmaker behind the 'prudent layperson' standard has been pressing HHS, DOL, and CMS for progress reports on what he...
How Nashville changed healthcare for the nation
Behavioral Health Regulatory Issues Facing Hospital Leaders in 2018
Nurses confront University of Michigan leaders as strike looms
Cornell just found Brian Wansink guilty of scientific misconduct and he has resigned
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HHS Seeks Innovation Experts for Summit
Government's latest foray into innovation will explore transformation and investment landscape.
3 Ways Providers can Improve Healthcare Access in Rural Areas
Rural healthcare providers can pursue multifaceted strategies to improve care availability, accessibility, and affordability.
Successful Medical Staff Services Departments Have Five Things in Common
Key KPIs to help new leaders assess current state, set goals
Can Nurses Look Forward to Needle-Free Blood Draws?
Needles are a workplace hazard for nurses. New needleless technology may help improve RN safety and patient experience.
Nonprofit Operating Margins Struggle Despite Strong Balance Sheets
Operating margins remain under significant financial pressure as the entire sector responds to ongoing stress, according to a new report...
Why These 9 Groups Want CMS to Limit Medicare ACO Changes
The organizations pushed for two edits, in particular, in a letter to CMS Administrator Seema Verma.
Hospital Tax Exemption Upheld in Illinois, Reassuring Nonprofits Nationwide
An Illinois law on tax exemptions for nonprofit hospitals was upheld by the state's high court, and hospital advocates there...
As States Try To Rein In Drug Spending, Feds Slap Down One Bold Medicaid Move
Massachusetts wanted to negotiate prices for about 1% of the highest-priced drugs and stop covering some of them. CMS rejected...
Proposed Rule Would Eliminate ASC Transfer Agreement Requirements
Ambulatory surgery centers would no longer be required to have a written transfer agreement with a hospital or ensure that...
Boston Hospitals Pay $1M in HIPAA Settlements Over TV Series Filming
The circumstances in which a provider may lawfully disclose a patient's protected health information to the media without the patient's...
Michigan Physician Running for Congress to Preserve ACA, VBC
Matt Longjohn, MD, frustrated by the Republican attempts to repeal-and-replace the ACA last year, is running for Michigan's 6th congressional...
Opinion: Evidence mounts that Medicaid work requirements don't achieve savings, boost employment
Maine court to hear arguments in fight over implementing Medicaid expansion
Opinion: Health care is the sleeper issue of 2018
3 Boston hospitals settle privacy cases for letting TV crew film
Gawande-led venture taps consulting giant to hone strategy for chronically ill
Opinion: Iowa Medicaid director again dodges questions about his $5 billion program
Revere Health reduced Medicare spending by $30 million in three years
Illinois Supreme Court ruling a win for nonprofit hospitals
Loma Linda CFO Leads Through Provider Consolidation, Rising Costs
Don't Blame ER for Out-of-Control Costs: Hospitals Dispute NYT Op-Ed
Lessons From Florence: Set Up Advance HIE Connections
Fitbit's focusing on the health care market with its new premium fitness coaching feature
Health care price tool an industry "game changer"
Expectations vs. Reality: Piedmont Physicians Weigh in on Consumer Access to Scheduling
Mobile hospital headed to Florence-affected areas to provide support
5,000 Medicare patients shut out from Austin Regional Clinic
How to Address Inappropriate Patient Behavior
Healthcare Spending Growth Makes a Comeback
Despite Red Flags At Surgery Centers, Overseers Award Gold Seals
Half of U.S. doctors have pay tied to 'value-based metrics'
UVM medical center and nurses end labor dispute: How each side fared
Hospitals Must 'Accept Nothing Less Than Zero Harm'
Nurses Union and UVM Medical Center reach tentative 3 year contract
St. Charles Bend, nurses clash over contract
Sturdy Hospital in Attleboro says nursing referendum would cost it over $5M
House Passes Nursing Workforce Reauthorization Act
Prime Healthcare CEO to Pay Part of $65M False Claims Settlement Personally
The Hospital Built to Enhance the Millennial Experience
Short-Term Health Plans Allowed Up to 3 Years
Docs Dominate Another Highest-Paying Jobs List