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CMS May Be Restarting ACA Risk-Adjustment Payments
A bit of potential regulation CMS sent to OMB for review suggests the agency may be tweaking its formula to...
Sniffles? Cancer? Under Medicare plan, payments for office visits would be same for both
Bimodal IT Key to Unlocking Innovation in the Age of EMRs
Good Samaritan Hospital has officially closed
How to Achieve Physician Alignment Through Value-based Strategies
Health tech flaw: Patients hate going to the doctor
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Can A Community Hospital Stay True To Its Mission After Sale To Large Corporation?
Industry analysts say for-profit hospital companies are poised to grow more rapidly as they buy up both for-profits and nonprofits,...
Fewer Nurses Bad For Emergency Department Metrics
Lower nurse staffing levels correlate with increases in ED length of stay and patients leaving without being seen.
Accelerate Your Value-based Payment Model by Establishing Transparency
How Cleveland Clinic Aims to Shape Population Health
After building a global reputation for providing complex, specialized care, the health system is building a care model that is...
California's ACA Rates To Rise 8.7% Next Year
About 10% of individual policyholders in and outside the exchange are expected to drop their coverage next year because the...
Ambulatory Interventions Needed to Prevent Readmissions
To move the needle on readmissions, hospitals need assistance from non-acute care partners. Nurses can meet the need.
Anonymous $3M Gift Funds Full Tuition for Entire Med School Class
The new program being launched by the University of Houston aims to bolster primary care to meet the state's demonstrated...
How to Build a Narrow Network That Attracts Patients
The idea of narrow provider networks has a negative connotation, but here's how to turn it into a positive.
Not-for-Profit Operating Margins Continue to Decline
Operating margins for systems and hospitals continued to decline due to increasing expense pressures as well as slowing net patient...
How UPMC Turned Innovation Into an Enterprise
UPMC Enterprises provides an inside look into the philosophy and framework that built this successful innovation engine and commercialization model.
Azar: Drug Importation May Not Be a Gimmick After All
There may be 'safe, select avenues for importation' that the U.S. government should consider, the HHS secretary said.
Rural hospitals need Maine to expand Medicaid
Bed plan at downtown Utica hospital to follow trends
As federal Medicaid money fades, how are states funding expansion?
New Spectrum Health CEO: Personalized Health Critical to Vision
Gov. Bevin will reverse cuts to Medicaid dental, vision services, Kentucky says
Medicare's 'catastrophic insurance' can be a catastrophe for middle-income seniors
California 'Obamacare' premiums to rise 8.7 percent in 2019
Changing the way Medicare pays doctors
Merck will lower prices of some drugs
Trump plan to lower drug prices moves forward on several fronts
CMS Seeks Chief Health Informatics Officer to Transform IT Approach
U.S. health care companies begin exploring blockchain technologies
4 ways Amazon is moving into healthcare
Cyberattacks on health-care providers are up in recent months
CMS plugs changes to E/M coding
Health care providers worry about access to services under federal rule change
Doctors interrupt patients, stop listening after 11 seconds on average, study says
Doctors could prescribe drugs more accurately — if they could get the data
Can a community hospital stick to its mission when it goes for-profit?
Long Waits To See Doctors In Puerto Rico, Where Medical Needs Are Great Post-Maria
RIDOH prepares for strike at RIH, Hasbro Children's Hospital
Contract deadline looms for Jersey Shore, Southern Ocean nurses
St. Petersburg Free Clinic in desperate need of volunteer nurses
NYC settles nurses' gender discrimination complaints for $20.8M
Patients and Families Hesitant to Speak Up About Safety in ICU
Doctors Sue Anthem Over 'Dangerous' ER Coverage Policy
Surprise Medical Bills: Should CMS Make Doctors Give Price Info Up Front?
Surgeon Sentenced to Life in Prison for Overdose Death
Expect Big MIPS Changes Under 2019 Quality-Reporting Proposals
Judge Dismisses California's Lawsuit Over Halted Cost-Sharing Payments