John Commins is a senior editor at HealthLeaders.
Urban Institute study finds low-income, working people in Medicaid expansion states would be hardest hit.
A survey shows most providers believe they have the capacity to assume more risk and will do so within the next three years.
The pulmonologist has served as interim-president and CEO at the six-hospital health system since March, after CEO Mike McBride was fired.
Big Blue and subsidiary Cúram Software allegedly made promises about their IT platform capabilities that they couldn't back up.
The Urban Institute estimates the savings that come with a public option health plan, capping provider payment rates, and financial aid for the middle-class.
Feds say the new rule will benefit 800,000 employers, and more than 11 million employees and their families, including 800,000 previously uninsured people.
DOJ said the developers of the 106-bed Lakeway (Texas) Regional Medical Center 'participated in a scheme to improperly obtain the FHA-insured loan.'
A cardiologist with a history of False Claims Act settlements says the federal government is abusing the whistleblower process.
A new study challenges the rationale used to reject the use of vital organs harvested from deceased opioid users.
The flagship J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital becomes the fifth hospital in the Penn Highlands system and has been renamed as Penn Highlands Huntingdon.