The move to pull a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act received both cheers and jeers from the public, politicians and pundits.
A new report by advocates for Michigan's public Medicaid behavioral health system estimates it has saved the state $5.3 billion over the past 18 years, and would save an additional $7.4 billion through 2024 using their patient-centered and integrated care model.
A Special Feature on 132 U.S. healthcare construction and design companies. Source: Modern Healthcare's 38th annual Construction & Design Survey. Published March 20, 2017.
The CMS is trying to boost patient and provider participation in accountable care organizations by automating the process to pair patients with doctors enrolled in the care models.
Sanford Health sued the U.S. government to recoup unpaid payments under the ACA's risk-corridor program, but it's looking less and less likely that the feds will ever pay up.
Low income disabled patients say their care has improved under a federal experiment that allows states test ways to better manage benefits and care for people dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, according to a federal audit.
Jay Grinney, the long-time CEO of HealthSouth who retired at year-end, is slated to receive two fishing rods and an $11.7 million package for his service, in addition to $7.3 million in total compensation for 2016,
Federal auditors are looking into whether the Orphan Drug Act still serves its intended purpose and whether drugmakers may be abusing its incentives to maximize profits.
Intermountain Healthcare, whose telehealth system is among the most advanced in the country, is using the technology to extend its specialists' skills into the smaller community hospitals and rural locations in its network.
The co-founder of a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy was acquitted Wednesday of causing the deaths of 25 people but convicted of other racketeering charges in a nationwide meningitis outbreak in 2012.
The Trump administration has appointed Roger Severino, a former staffer at conservative think tank the Heritage Foundation, to head the HHS' Office for Civil Rights.
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