New Final Rule Expands Access to HRAs
Feds say the new rule will benefit 800,000 employers, and more than 11 million employees and their families, including 800,000...
FinanceNew York Bill Targets PBMs, Would Extend Medicaid FFS Program
Empire State lawmakers are considering legislation that would implement a fee-for-service program and effectively cut out PBMs.
FinanceNonprofits Unsure About Medicare-for-All, But Want Health Reform
More than 80% of small nonprofits were unable to afford group health insurance, according to a recent survey.
Clinical CareAMA Delegates Debate Privacy of Substance Use Tx Records
Comments address patient privacy, treatment needs
NursingFinal PACE Rule Allows Non-Physicians to Fill PCP Shoes for Some Services
The update is designed to bolster protections and improve care for program participants while easing up on the administrative and...
Clinical CareWhat Closing Missouri's Last Abortion Clinic Will Mean For Neighboring States
Missouri would be the only state in the country to not have an operating abortion clinic, though five other states...
FinanceLawmakers Push To Stop Surprise ER Billing
Health policy experts say the problem demands federal action rather than an inconsistent patchwork of state laws.
Senate Committee Unveils Bipartisan Bill to Reduce Healthcare Costs
Observers say the support for the bill from senior leaders in both parties also means that its prospects are solid...
Finance13.3M Americans Spent More than 10% of Income on Premiums
Almost 24 million Americans with employer-sponsored coverage spent a large portion of their income on healthcare costs.
StrategyHouse Hagglers Zero In On Single-Payer And It All Comes Down To Two Little Words
Whether 'single-payer' or 'Medicare-for-All,' proposals could play out in countless ways.
StrategyHealthcare Bills Abuzz in the House, Not So Much in the Senate
A few areas may see action yet, experts say, even as the Senate has become 'a legislative graveyard.'
GAO Finds Transparency Lacking in Medicaid Waiver Amendment Process
CMS approved waiver extensions, where states submitted changes to their applications that included disenrollment and other penalties, without first hearing...