As states' hopes for CSR and reinsurance funding collapsed this week in Congress, officials and legislators are racing to rein in individual market premiums for 2019.
No One is Free From Harm: Experiences of healthcare experts show industry has far to go on safety and quality
Modern Healthcare asked experts in the healthcare field to share personal stories of medical encounters. These 10 accounts of negative and positive experiences offer important lessons at a time of increasing demand for better quality, lower costs and greater accountability.
The CMS updated its star ratings in December with a new formula, but a Modern Healthcare analysis shows specialty hospitals perform much better than major teaching hospitals even though they don't report all the measures.
Union nurses at a Detroit Medical Center hospital charge that Tenet Healthcare Corp. has violated the terms of its 2013 purchase of DMC. They say charity care has dropped 98% since 2013 at four DMC hospitals.
The $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill the House passed Thursday lacks funding for two things insurers want: cost-sharing reduction payments and federal reinsurance. That likely means they'll hike premiums and rethink participating in the individual market for 2019.
Public comments end this week for HHS' controversial draft rule that would require Medicare and Medicaid providers to create standards and procedures to protect their employees' religious and moral beliefs.
HCA Healthcare plans to add North Carolina to the list of 20 states it currently operates in, having signed a letter of intent to acquire Mission Health, a six-hospital system based in Asheville.
When the Apple Watch was paired with a machine-learning algorithm, it could accurately spot irregular heartbeats, according to a new study.
The House on Wednesday passed a bill that would allow dying patients to receive experimental treatments. Here's how, if it passes, the bill would affect providers.
CMS' risk-adjustment changes under the Next Generation ACO Model sparked concerns from some ACOs that they couldn't make money under the program.
John Bardis announced he is departing as HHS assistant secretary for administration effective April 5.