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An analysis by Kaiser Health News and PolitiFact finds CMS Administrator Seema Verma's recent criticism of Medicaid "mostly false."
Bills with the most momentum are making more and more concessions to physicians.
A new analysis of transplant data finds that a startling number of lifesaving organs are lost or delayed after being shipped on commercial flights.
When insurers revoke their decision to pay after the service is completed, patients are legally on the hook for the bill.
Disagreements between insurers and health systems that leave patients stranded are a perennial problem in U.S. healthcare.
Clinicians wrestle with what they consider barriers to quality care: insurance preauthorization, trouble making patient referrals, endless clicking on EHRs.
Home health agencies across the country are grappling with a significant change as of Jan. 1 in how Medicare pays for services.
CMS this week identified 786 hospitals that will receive lower payments for a year under the Hospital-Acquired Conditions Reduction Program.
Healthcare workers in Washington State are fighting the coronavirus with knowledge gained from treating the flu.
Gov. Gavin Newsom's Healthy California for All Commission will gather near the Capitol for its inaugural meeting.