Jack O'Brien is the Content Team Lead and Finance Editor at HealthLeaders, an HCPro brand.
America’s Essential Hospitals and 74 other organizations co-signed a letter urging leaders to provide community health centers with a funding extension.
Despite a 28% 340B funding reduction from CMS, an estimated 85% of hospitals will receive offsetting OPPS reimbursements, according to a new study.
A new report on the financial consequences of the federal discount drug program elicit a response from an advocacy group which complains of ‘incomplete conclusions.’
The Commonwealth Fund teleconference focuses on Trump administration’s decision to allow association health plans and its potential impact on states and consumers.
MyDirectHealth CEO highlights three opportunities for healthcare to maximize tech options and shift power to the patients.
New analysis by McDermott Will and Emery throws cold water on the HELP ACT, Sen. Bill Cassidy’s proposal to improve the maligned 340B drug program.
The healthcare industry breathed a sigh of relief as Congress reached a bipartisan deal to reopen the government and fund CHIP for six more years.
The Senate fails to advance the House-sponsored CR to President Trump’s desk, leaving six-year extension of CHIP funding and delay of the “Cadillac tax” on the table.
Federal agencies are preparing to furlough non-essential workers and diminish available services, harkening back to the 16-day shutdown in 2013.
To avoid the first government shutdown since 2013, the Senate must address several outstanding policy disputes, including long-term funding for CHIP, by midnight on Friday.