One year after its passage, several of the 21st Century Cure Act's provisions aimed to improve access to mental healthcare remain unfunded.
The CMS' planned $1.6 billion cut to 340B hospitals will disproportionately impact providers in California, North Carolina and New York, resulting in a $62 million to $126 million hit to hospitals across those states, according to a new study.
MACRA's approach to reimbursing physicians is here, but many doctors and administrators are still trying to get a handle on how it works. Read on for tips on how to deal with this major change to the Medicare payment system.
Current and former officials at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Broward Health have been accused of violating the state's open-government laws in the ousting of former interim President and CEO Pauline Grant.
Though interest in ACA marketplace coverage remains high, this year's sign-ups for 2018 individual coverage are unlikely to match last year's. Meanwhile, the CMS says 2.1 million people have dropped their Obamacare plans for 2017.
AMGA members expect the majority of their Medicare revenue will be risk-based in 2019. That's a 6 percentage point jump from this year.
After layoffs and significant operating losses in fiscal 2016 and 2017, DeKalb Medical in Georgia has spent months looking for a partner. Now, it may soon join Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare. The two organizations signed a letter of intent to form a strategic partnership.
Healthcare IT leaders understand that email is the biggest threat to their cybersecurity, according to a new survey, but the medium is "mission-critical" to their operations.
The most popular apps downloaded by clinicians come with a wide variety of uses.
Don Berwick and Patrick Conway called on healthcare organizations to continue the push to value-based care even though the CMS has signaled recently that its focus may be shifting.
The narrow victory of Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama's special Senate election on Tuesday dims GOP hopes of reviving their drive to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and cutting and block-granting Medicaid in 2018.
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