StrategyHealthcare Is Front and Center as DeSantis and Newsom Go Mano a Mano
The matchup promises to be a heated brawl between rising political stars.
StrategyWhat Would a DeSantis Presidency Look Like for Healthcare?
His record as Florida's governor suggests a presidency that would prioritize individual freedom over public health.
StrategyStakeholders Gird for Battle, as Congress Mulls Lifting Ban on Doc-Owned Hospitals
Physician-advocates say that lifting the ban would provide a counterwight to the ongoing consolidation of traditional hospitals.
InnovationKaiser Permanente Launches Medicaid-Based ‘Food is Medicine’ Study
As the HLTH conference kicks into gear in Las Vegas, Kaiser Permanente has launched a collaboration with Instacart to study...
PayerWhat Happens to Health Programs if the Federal Government Shuts Down?
Here are five things to know about the potential impact to health programs.
InnovationWest Virginia Targets Crowded ERs With New Pediatric Behavioral Health Program
Coordinated by Community Care of West Virginia and Aetna Better Health for West Virginia, the program will provide on-demand emergency...
Revenue CycleFeds Say Hospitals That Redistribute Medicaid Money Violate Law
Federal officials are trying to clamp down on private arrangements among some hospitals to pay themselves back for the Medicaid...
TechnologyNew Partnership Pushes Cardiac Care Management Out of the ER and Into the Home
A digital health collaboration aims to give health systems and health plans access to both virtual visits and on-demand house...
PharmaThe Real Costs of the New Alzheimer's Drug, Most of Which Will Fall to Taxpayers
Medicare and Medicaid patients will make up 92% of the market for lecanemab.
TelehealthCONNECT Act Offers Another Shot at Permanent Telehealth Freedoms
The CONNECT For Health Act has been filed again in both the Senate and House, and supporters say the groundswell...
Finance'Burdensome' and 'Difficult': The AHA Takes Aim At New Legislations
Changes under new legislative proposals (from 340B requirements to site-neutral payments) could cost hospitals big if approved.
Revenue CycleWhistleblower Gets Large Health System Dinged Half a Million for Overbilling
Yale New Haven Health and Northeast Medical Group have agreed to a hefty settlement for allegedly submitting false claims to...