John Commins is a content specialist and online news editor for HealthLeaders, a Simplify Compliance brand.
New contract provides annual 3% raises in each of the next four years, invests $130M for workforce development.
Health center directors believe the declines may be owing to confusion over the Trump administration's public charge rule.
Experts on healthcare law say the proposed revisions to the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute will create more opportunities for providers, and challenges.
While still reading the fine print, stakeholders say they're pleased that CMS has taken steps to update the 30-year-old laws.
Researchers suggest that a cap on per-resident funding could rechannel money toward community-based physician training.
The study found that 90% of hospitals with palliative care are in urban areas, and 17% of rural hospitals with fifty or more beds provide palliative care.
In a new poll, most adults ages 50-80 expressed concerns about the quality of care that comes with remote provider visits.
Of the 548 ACOs that cared for 10.1 million beneficiaries, 66% saved money and 37% saved enough money to earn bonuses.
Rutgers study calls for improved prevention strategies for potentially lethal infections.
The defendants allegedly schemed to improperly obtain a $164 million FHA-backed loan to build a for-profit hospital in Texas.