StrategyBetting on 'Golden Age' of Colonoscopies, Private Equity Invests in Gastro Docs
With market dominance comes the business opportunity to set and maintain high prices.
Strategy'An Arm and a Leg': Private Equity Is Everywhere in Healthcare. Really.
In this episode of the podcast, we find out why these doctors are selling their practices to private equity.
PharmaUkraine-Russia War Pushes Big Pharma Into Mixed Response
While some global pharma companies continue to manufacture and sell products in Russia, several large pharma companies said they are...
PayerCA Insurance Commissioner Urges Payers to Divest from Russia
The request is voluntary, for now.
Payer'An Arm and a Leg': Need an Expensive Drug? Here's What You Need to Know
It's an invention by the insurance industry to make sure only your money counts toward your yearly deductible ? not...
PayerMA Plans Send Pals to Seniors' Homes for Companionship — And Profits
Medicare plans pay Papa, a for-profit company, a per-member fee monthly.
InnovationVC Start-up's $55M Backs Black Healthcare Entrepreneurs
Jumpstart Nova founder Marcus Whitney speaks with HealthLeaders about the fund, why it's needed, and the metrics they'll use to...
PayerSuit Warns of 'Anti-competitive Effects' in Proposed United, Change Healthcare Merger
The DoJ and AGs from New York and Minnesota are hoping to block the proposed acquistion, fearing it will raise...
StrategyPharma Campaign Cash Delivered to Key Lawmakers With Surgical Precision
Granting Medicare broad authority to intervene in setting prices has divided Democrats.
PayerOpinion: A Procedure That Cost $1,775 in New York Was $350 in Maryland. Here's Why.
It wasn't easy for Maryland to enact its unique healthcare system.
Human ResourcesWatch: Going Beyond the Script of 'Dopesick' and America's Real-Life Opioid Crisis
The Hulu series dovetails with the broader reality KFF's journalists and analysts have been documenting in their work for the...
NursingHealthcare Labor Shortage, Especially of Nurses, Continues to Strain Hospital Profitability
The trend is likely to continue into 2022, as patient acuity in both COVID-19 and non-COVID cases rises, new report...