StrategyFTC Drops Opposition to Einstein Healthcare-Jefferson Health Merger
The two Philadelphia health systems declare victory, say their merger has cleared its "final hurdle."
Revenue CycleAHA Brings Site-Neutral and 340B Cases to the Supreme Court
Both cases have a lengthy history and have seen lower court rulings in favor of the AHA overturned on appeal.
Covid-19Counterfeit N95 Scam Widens as Senator Demands FTC Investigation
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) said she would ask the FTC to look into 1.9 million counterfeits shipped to hospitals in...
FinanceCourt Overrules Providence's Objections to Hoag's Affiliation Lawsuit
In a statement, Hoag stated that it welcomes the decision issued Tuesday.
Revenue Cycle'An Arm and a Leg': Tips for Fighting Medical Bills From a Former 'Bad Guy' Lawyer
"An Arm and a Leg" is a podcast about healthcare costs, and its second season is co-produced by KHN.
Strategyathenahealth to Pay $18.2M to Resolve Kickback, False Claims Allegations
Enticements to customers included trips to The Masters, the U.S. Open, the Kentucky Derby, the World Series, the Indianapolis 500,...
StrategyMcLaren St. Luke's Receives Preliminary Injunction in ProMedica Antitrust Suit
In a released statement, McLaren St Luke's calls the ruling a "victory? that will enable Paramount Healthcare members to still...
StrategyThe Justice Department Sues Walmart, Accusing It of Illegally Dispensing Opioids
Two years after the Trump administration walked away from charging Walmart criminally for its role in the opioid crisis, the...
StrategyTexas 'Heart Hospital' to Pay $48M in Alleged Kickback Settlement
The partially physician-owned hospital allegedly required the physician owners ?to satisfy the Heart Hospital's yearly 48 patient-contact requirement in order...
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...