FinanceCentene, Cigna, and Fresenius Among 2019 Winners and Losers
See which companies finished 2019 on a strong note and which ones struggled heading into 2020.
Clinical CareTufts Medical Center Pledges to Improve Access for Disabled People
A settlement agreement with DOJ aims to put the Massachusetts hospital into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
FinancePreliminary Hearing for Sutter Health's $575M Settlement Delayed
The continued hearing related to preliminary approval of the deal will be held on April 6.
StrategySt. Luke's New CEO Builds On a Solid Foundation
Chris Roth says enhancing community ties and improving healthcare access and affordability will be focus points during his tenure.
StrategyArkansas Hospitals File Suit Against Opioid Makers, Distributors
15 Arkansas hospitals are the latest of hundreds of other hospitals across the country challenging opioid makers and distributors.
FinanceSen. Cassidy Pans 'Insurer-Friendly' Surprise Billing Legislation
HELP Committee bill would put rural hospitals out of business, senator says.
StrategyHouse Ways & Means Committee Releases Surprise Billing Legislation
Leaders of both the Senate and House health committees commented on the new proposal.
FinanceQuarterly Financials Up, Yearly Financials Down for Encompass
The Birmingham, Alabama-based post acute care provider saw cash flows slide by nearly 17% year-over-year.
FinanceFTC, NY AG Charge 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli and Vyera Pharmaceuticals in Daraprim Price Scheme
Martin Shkreli, nicknamed the 'pharma bro,' was sentenced to seven years in prison for securities fraud in 2018.
InnovationCMS to Combine, Standardize Compare Tools
The new format is designed to facilitate access through a single-entry point.
StrategyPatient Services Inc. to Pay $3M for Alleged Role as Illegal Conduit for Drug Makers
PSI coordinated with three pharmaceutical manufacturers ? Insys, Aegerion, and Alexion ? to facilitate paying kickbacks to Medicare patients taking...
Clinical CareFederal Regulators: Newark Beth Israel Put Patients in 'Immediate Jeopardy'
A government investigation found that the New Jersey hospital's transplant team was failing to learn from surgical errors.