StrategyKaiser Foundation MA Plan to Pay $6.3M to Settle False Claims Allegations.
The alleged violations occurred in 2011 and 2012, before Group Health Cooperative was acquired by Kaiser Permanente.
StrategyRed States' Case Against ACA Hinges on Whether They Were Actually Harmed by the Law
If the states cannot prove they have standing, the justices can toss their case without ruling on its merits.
StrategyProvidence St. Joseph Exec 'Disappointed' in Hoag Hospital Lawsuit
Erik Wexler, chief executive of Providence Southern California, says keeping the affiliation with Hoag is "imperative to advance healthcare" in...
FinanceMcLaren St. Luke's Files Antitrust Suit Against ProMedica
The suit alleges that ProMedica "engaged in a pattern of monopolistic and anticompetitive behavior designed to maintain and increase its...
FinanceWhat SCOTUS Oral Arguments in ACA Case Mean for Hospitals
The case, which could decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act, will likely have repercussions for hospitals and health...
StrategyStakeholders Back ACA as SCOTUS Weighs Its Future
Payers and providers alike predict havoc and a public health crisis if the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down the Affordable...
StrategyListen: Audio of the Supreme Court ACA Hearing Oral Arguments
The oral arguments in California v. Texas were held via telephone conference one week after the presidential election.
StrategyWhat to Know as ACA Heads to Supreme Court — Again
The case, California v. Texas, is the result of a change to the health law made by Congress in 2017.
Covid-19'Is This Worth My Life?': Traveling Health Workers Decry COVID Care Conditions
Due to critical shortages, staff agencies have deployed tens of thousands of traveling health workers nationally since March outbreaks in...
Revenue CycleCourt Declines to Reconsider Site-Neutral and 340B Decisions
The AHA filed a lawsuit to halt the reductions, arguing that CMS lacked the statutory authority to enforce the policy.
StrategySenate Confirms Barrett to Supreme Court, Focus Shifts to Fate of ACA
Barrett's confirmation to the Supreme Court occurred weeks ahead of the scheduled oral arguments in the California v. Texas case.
StrategyPurdue Pharma to Pay $8B to Settle Criminal, Civil Charges for Key Role in Opioid Epidemic
The settlement does not release from further criminal charges the Sackler family, owners of Purdue, nor any of company's executives...