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These companies' population health-style efforts are being emulated by hospital systems, but progress has been slow and spotty.
An online-exclusive, extended list of the nation's 26 largest post-acute-care companies, ranked by 2017 net revenue. Source: Modern Healthcare's 19th annual Post-Acute Care Survey, Modern Healthcare Metrics and Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
A new partnership between Northwestern Medicine in the Chicago area and Indiana-based Franciscan Health aims to improve access to quality care for patients with neurological conditions in Indiana.
Despite congressional GOP candidates' promises, health policy analysts doubt whether victorious Republicans would move to replace those ACA protections with equally strong measures to cover people with health conditions as part of repeal legislation.
Medicaid enrollment is dropping as Americans find more job opportunities and higher pay, according to a new report.
The American Medical Association and RAND Corp. release findings from a study assessing how physicians view new pay models. Also this week, earnings season continues.
A government computer system that interacts with HealthCare.gov was hacked earlier this month, compromising the sensitive personal data of some 75,000 people.
Hospitals could save significant money if they standardize purchasing, analyze data that tie costs to patient outcomes and facilitate collaboration between physicians and administrators, according to a new report.
A set of 14 hospital-acquired conditions that the CMS considers avoidable accounted for 48,771 adverse patient outcomes, 3,219 deaths, and more than $2 billion in excess hospital costs in 2016, according to a new research brief.
DiSanzo will move to IBM Cognitive Solutions' strategic team, and IBM Research's John Kelly will take over at IBM Watson Health, a division of the company that has faced personnel and technological setbacks.