FinanceHealth Reform Proposals Could Reduce Spending, But Not Without Price Regulation
A Commonwealth Fund study looked at eight health insurance reform options and the potential impact on the industry.
StrategyJudge Vacates 2016 Rule That Banned Healthcare Discrimination Against Transgender Patients
The decision comes as the Trump administration seeks to supplant the Obama-era rule with a version that excludes gender identity...
FinanceSurvey Looks at How State Medicaid Programs Handle 340B
About two-thirds of states prohibit 340B contract pharmacies, according to a new survey.
California Governor's Bill-Signing Marathon Offers Glimpse Of 2020 Issues
Some of the new healthcare-related laws put California in the forefront nationally.
FinanceCalifornia Gov. Newsom Signs Dialysis Regulations Into Law
The bill signing drew a pointed response from Fresenius Medical Care.
StrategyAppellate Judges Seem Skeptical of Medicaid Work Requirements
During oral arguments, multiple judges said repeatedly that the government's arguments appear to go beyond the law.
FinanceHHS Deputy Secretary Hargan: Stark Law Rule Will Provide 'Flexibility' to Hospitals
Days after the proposed rule was released, Deputy Secretary Eric Hargan discussed what the policy will mean for provider organizations.
FinancePhRMA: Pelosi Bill Would Mean 'Lights Out' for Drug Startups
Drug lobby, feeling heat from Capitol Hill, ramps up its rhetoric.
StrategyLifePoint's Former CEO to Co-Chair Tennessee Healthcare 'Modernization Task Force'
The group will host public discussions and shape future efforts to improve access, quality, affordability, and innovation.
FinanceHHS Delivers Long-Awaited Stark Law Regulatory Overhaul
The two proposed rules from HHS OIG and CMS aim to make it easier to provide value-based care without running...
Clinical CareCDC Urges Pregnant Women to Get Vaccinated
Nearly two-thirds of expecting mothers have not received two recommended vaccines, according to a new report.
StrategyTrump Wielding Health Insurance as Immigration Wedge
After finalizing its controversial 'public charge' rule, which penalizes immigrants who obtain coverage through a government-sponsored health plan, the administration...