Ex-Cleveland Clinic Researcher Arrested, Charged with Wire Fraud
Dr. Qing Wang allegedly failed to disclose to NIH that he was also receiving grant money from the Chinese government....
Covid-19As Congress Weighs COVID Liability Protections, States Shield Health Providers
Coronavirus patients and their families who believe a doctor, nurse, hospital or other provider made serious mistakes during their care...
StrategyCentene, Health Net, Lawyers Slapped with $1.1B RICO Suit
Now-defunct Sovereign Health says the defendants schemed to deny payments so they could recoup $390 million Centene lost when it...
StrategyAvoid Lawsuits During the COVID-19 Pandemic
A federal attorney shares the types of lawsuits threatening hospitals and health systems during the pandemic and the steps that...
FinanceOne Thing the Pandemic Hasn't Stopped: Aggressive Medical-Debt Collection
Debt collection operations continue, often by the same institutions treating coronavirus patients, all while unemployment and uncertainty soar.
Clinical CareLegal Considerations for Healthcare Workers Crossing State Lines to Help During Pandemic
Healthcare workers are crossing state lines to alleviate staffing shortages during the coronavirus pandemic. What are the legal implications?
FinanceAs ACA Case Heads to Supreme Court, Healthcare Execs Plan for 'Uncertainty'
Though hearings won't take place for months and a decision is likely a year away, providers should keep cash on...
StrategySandoz Will Pay $195M to Settle Price Fixing Charges
It's the seventh such settlement reached by DOJ's Antitrust Division in its ongoing probe of the generic pharmaceutical industry.
Clinical CareTufts Medical Center Pledges to Improve Access for Disabled People
A settlement agreement with DOJ aims to put the Massachusetts hospital into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
StrategySupreme Court to Hear Challenge to ACA
The court is expected to hear the case during its fall term and return a decision by June 2021.
StrategyFTC, Pennsylvania Challenge Jefferson Health, Albert Einstein Proposed Merger
The two academic medical centers say they "remain confident our merger will result in continued high-quality care for our consumers."
FinancePreliminary Hearing for Sutter Health's $575M Settlement Delayed
The continued hearing related to preliminary approval of the deal will be held on April 6.