Terry Shaw has been appointed president and CEO of Adventist Health System, effective immediately. He succeeds Don Jernigan, who announced his retirement in August after 10 years in the top spot.
There have been at least five unnecessary deaths at an IHS hospital in Winnebago, Neb., since 2011. Its failures reveal a system in crisis.
A complete list of the nation's 402 insurers making or receiving risk corridor payments, ranked by insurers owed the most for 2015 and 2014. Source: CMS, Modern Healthcare reporting. A shorter list of 30 companies was published in Modern Healthcare December 5, 2015. p. 38.
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission wants HHS to examine whether stand-alone emergency departments unfairly benefit from an exemption to site-neutral payments.
Evergreen Health Cooperative Inc. won't be issuing or renewing individual health benefit policies on the Maryland Health Connection for the 2017 plan year, Maryland regulators announced Thursday.
Repealing the ACA would reduce the federal budget deficit by $1.2 billion between 2017 and 2026, according a new Congressional Budget Office report.
Universal Health Services expects no major fallout from a BuzzFeed investigative story that caused a 12% drop in the system's stock prices.
Rumors are swirling about who President-elect Donald Trump may choose to lead the Food and Drug Administration, including a venture capitalist and a former agency official.
Scripps Health desperately needed a cost-effective way to free its 200 internal medicine and family medicine physicians from the daily deluge of prescription refill requests that robbed them of time better spent with patients.
The CMS Innovation Center announced on Thursday two new care delivery models intended to improve patient engagement and decision-making.
Chinese gaming billionaire Tianqiao Chen, the largest shareholder of troubled Community Health Systems, is donating $115 million to Caltech to try to unlock mysteries of the brain.
Many CEOs responding to our post-election survey said they're willing to consider Trump's healthcare reform ideas. But 86% said an ACA repeal should not proceed without a replacement that provides affordable health insurance for all Americans who lack employer-based coverage.