New Final Rule Expands Access to HRAs
Feds say the new rule will benefit 800,000 employers, and more than 11 million employees and their families, including 800,000...
Air Ambulance Costs Fly Around Fixes For Surprise Medical Bills
Over and over again, the high cost associated with air ambulance service gives patients the biggest sticker shock.
Drug Users Armed With Naloxone Double As Medics On Streets Of San Francisco
Fentanyl users may be using naloxone to reverse as many overdoses as paramedics ? or more.
Trump Administration Rule Would Undo Healthcare Protections For LGBTQ Patients
HHS seeks to change how far civil rights protections extend and how those protections are enforced.
Clinical CareDelivering Primary Care at Mental Health Clinics Wins in Trial
Physical health markers in mentally ill patients improved under 'reverse co-location' model.
Clinical CareLegal Promise Of Equal Mental Health Treatment Often Falls Short
Laws requiring large group health plans to put mental health benefits on an equal footing with physical health have been...
FinanceA Large Employer 'Frames' The 'Medicare For All' Debate
As health costs continue to grow, straining employer budgets and slowing wage growth, the business community is beginning to take...
FinanceAnthem Expands Behavioral Health Options With Beacon Purchase
The Indianapolis-based health insurer is set to acquire the largest independently-held behavioral health organization in the country.
FinanceAtrium Health Invests $10M in Affordable Housing Plan
The Charlotte-based health system continues to push for care improvement by addressing the social determinants of health.
Clinical CareCancer Surgery Refusal Remains a Problem
Older, unmarried, African-American patients more likely to say 'no'
Dropped From Health Insurance Without Warning: Was It Legal?
Tens of thousands of Americans each year are dropped by their insurers over payment issues, sometimes with little or no...