Jay Asser is an associate editor for HealthLeaders.
The Improving Seniors' Timely Access to Care Act would set standards for prior authorization to cut down on unnecessary denials.
The ruling protects a woman from an unexpected medical bill resulting from the hospital's chargemaster rate.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) is asking for the creation of a task force to look into improper denials by health insurers.
CMS is urged to take steps to increase MA plan oversight and address issues raised in an OIG report.
CMS receives comments on the next update to the dispute resolution process as part of the No Surprises Act.
A study finds a disparity in healthcare utilization between low and high-salary employees with high-deductible plans.
The California health system's new CFO gives insight on his strategic approach to maneuvering a challenging market.
The payer giant is accused of forcing physician groups out of network to lure them to its subsidiary, Optum.
A report by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) raises concerns about organizations prioritizing profits over patient access to care.
The health company finalized the move to add the long-term care plan under its umbrella.