In a Wall Street Journal op-ed, CMS Administrator Seema Verma said her agency will issue a "request for information" on new ideas that would redirect the Innovation Center responsible for creating new provider payment models.
Three of the nation's largest hospital chains—HCA, LifePoint Health and Universal Health Services—had each posted 1% gains in share prices Wednesday afternoon.
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As providers transition to value-based care and aim to reduce unnecessary care variation, employee engagement strategies can bolster patient satisfaction, maximize Medicare payment and instill a culture of safety measures, according to a new Advisory Board study.
The acquisition of HealthSun, with its 40,000 Medicare Advantage members, will give Anthem 650,000 Medicare and Medicaid members across Florida
The new Senate Republican bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act could reduce funding, coverage and consumer protections even more sharply than the GOP's previous repeal bill.
Walgreens Boots Alliance is poised to revise its agreement to buy individual Rite Aid Corp. stores, a move that may be enough to resolve outstanding antitrust concerns and clinch U.S. approval for a deal the companies have been pursuing in different forms for two years.
With both patients and providers displaced by hurricanes, telemedicine services companies are offering free visits for not just physical but also emotional well-being.
A crucial part of a patient's recovery from a traumatic health event is to be able to breathe without the help of a ventilator. That's why NYC Health & Hospitals established a unit at one of its long-term care facilities exclusively focused on getting patients off machines sooner.
An outbreak of hepatitis A within the homeless populations in several California counties could mean higher healthcare utilization and costs for area providers.
The departure of Robert Coward caught investors by surprise, given that Envision has not pointed to specific problems with its crucial physician-staffing business in recent quarters.
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