PayerMolina Healthcare of California Slapped with $1M Fine for Delayed Payments
Molina has also paid $80 million in disputed and delayed claims to providers, plus $1.8 million in interest.
StrategyWest Coast States Create 'Safe Haven' for Abortion Access
California, Oregon, and Washington form the Multi-State Commitment to Reproductive Freedom.
StrategyUniversity Hospital's Interim CEO Has a Passion for Public Service
Mary K. E. Maples, Esq. talks about her leadership transition and shares what she hopes to address as interim president...
StrategySCOTUS Strikes Down 340B Cuts; Hospitals Whoop
The unanimous ruling in American Hospital Association v. Becerra sets up the potential for hospitals to collect billions of dollars...
TechnologyHHS Issues Guidelines on Audio-Only Telehealth Use
The Health and Human Services Department's Office for Civil Rights has released guidelines on how healthcare providers can use audio-only...
StrategyFTC Sues to Block New Jersey Health System Merger
The acquisition would give the combined health system a market share of approximately 50% for general acute care services in...
StrategyCA's Malpractice Cap Associated with 16% More Adverse Events
A study looked at spending by Medi-Cal associated with malpractice cases from "never events."
Revenue CycleOIG Requests $1.1M in Overpayments From New York Provider
A New York City provider received an estimated $1.1 million in Medicare overpayments for behavioral health services that did not...
PharmaPharma Faces Sweeping Legislative Changes
The bills aim to speed the discovery of new cures, improve patient representation in clinical trials, and enhance the FDA's...
Human ResourcesDaVita Acquittals Deal a Big Blow to DOJ 'Labor Market Cases'
One observer says the best way to address sketchy labor practices is through civil litigation, not criminal prosecutions.
NursingA Travel Nurse Leaves Fears of Hospital Drug Tampering Across Three States
The travel nurse, Jacqueline Brewster, 52, of Belfry, Kentucky, was arrested by her local sheriff's this week office on undisclosed...
PharmaDoctors Trying to Prescribe Abortion Pills Across State Lines Stymied by Legislation
Legislation pushed by anti-abortion rights lawmakers claims that the pill is too risky to be prescribed without an in-person exam.