Jack O'Brien is the finance editor at HealthLeaders, a Simplify Compliance brand.
The high court ruled in Little Sisters of the Poor Saints Peter and Paul Home v. Pennsylvania that the administration's rules "satisfy the Administrative Procedure Act's notice requirements."
CEO Robert Fish resigned and Joey Jacobs, former CEO of Acadia Healthcare, was appointed to replace him.
KFF stated that increased provider consolidation as a result of the pandemic could lead to hospitals gaining additional leverage to "demand higher prices from private insurers."
The Department of the Treasury and the Small Business Administration released the PPP loan data Monday.
Mass General Brigham's chief patient experience and equity officer details effective ways to support frontline workers and assist communities afflicted with the coronavirus.
The Kaufman Hall report indicated that sector consolidation was boosted by the potential Advocate Aurora Health-Beaumont deal, among other transactions.
Health system leaders need to be mindful of three factors as care services return.
Moody's stated that the decision to suspend elective procedures will "dampen earnings from facilities in those counties and slow companies' overall recovery."
Definitive Healthcare also found that at-risk organizations have laid off non-essential staff at twice the rate of those not at risk.
The Brentwood, Tennessee-based hospital operator will reduce its debt by around $500 million.