StrategyMedicaid 'Unwinding' Makes Other Public Assistance Harder to Get
Low-income families that need safety-net services, such as food and cash assistance, have become collateral damage.
PayerInside Braidwood v. Becerra: Will Payers Waffle?
Court filings from labor and health plan organizations raise the question: Who might blink first if the Preventive Services Mandate...
PayerInside Braidwood V. Becerra: Prevention Innovation at Risk
Prevention needs innovation just as much as treatment. Its coverage also needs a mandate.
StrategyWho Polices Hospitals Merging Across Markets? States Give Different Answers
For 50 years, federal regulators have not stepped in to prevent hospitals from merging with systems in other markets.
Human ResourcesMost Employees Have Experienced Workplace Discrimination
There's an opportunity to better train and educate employees about the importance of anti-discrimination in the workplace.
TelehealthTelehealth Lobby Lauds CMS' '24 Physician Fee Sked Proposed Rule
However, the ATA urges tighter privacy provisions for physicians.
InnovationNIH Launches Maternal Health Research Centers of Excellence Program
12 healthcare organizations across the country will create a network to develop and test new programs aimed at tackling the...
PayerEverything old is new again? The latest round of health policy proposals reprises existing ideas
The latest round of rules and legislation comes as the ACA ? passed in 2010 ? is now cemented in...
NursingNurses, Not Policymakers, Should Determine Appropriate Staffing Levels
Mandating nurse staffing ratios is 'short-sighted and counterproductive,' AONL contends.
Post-AcutePreserving Access to Home Health Act of 2023 Introduced in Senate
The bill would protect access to home health care by preventing CMS from making cuts to the Medicaid Home Health...
NursingNursing Groups Denounce AMA's Effort to Regulate Advanced Practice RNs
'The AMA is again adopting policies encouraging laws and regulations that impede competition and help their bottom line.'
Revenue CycleInternational Rights Group Calls Out U.S. for Allowing Hospitals to Push Millions Into Debt
Human Rights Watch calls for stronger government action to protect Americans from aggressive billing and collections by nonprofit hospitals.