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The CEOs of several large health insurers were optimistic about the future of the health insurance industry after meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House Monday to discuss the Affordable Care Act and plans to stabilize the individual insurance market.
A provision of the Affordable Care Act that requires providers to revalidate or recertify their Medicaid reimbursement eligibility has caused more than 65,000 providers to be stripped from the federal program, according to a Modern Healthcare analysis.
Tenet Healthcare Corp. is cutting top executives and expenses at its Detroit Medical Center to make it conform to the management policies that are more similar to its other 79 hospitals, Crain's has learned.
The Trump administration will allow insurers and consumers to extend for an additional year individual and small-group health plans that do not comply with the Affordable Care Act's coverage rules. Some say that will hurt efforts to stabilize the individual market.
Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is overhauling a key Medicaid program that's intended to rein in costs, but hasn't saved enough money and has drawn the ire of doctors and hospitals alike.
Several big drugmakers are trying to quell the ongoing furor over high drug prices by revealing more information about their pricing and even pledging to keep a lid on increases.
Inspired by a common middle-school science experiment, a team of MIT scientists with an appetite for power have developed an ingestible medical sensor powered by stomach acid. When swallowed, the sensor becomes its own battery and can beam diagnostic data from inside you.
As major health systems move toward adding remote primary care visits using digital and video technologies to their offerings, concern is building it could contribute to physician burnout. Oregon-based Bright.md says its online, query-based software can address those concerns.
Value-based payment models haven't automatically translated to value-based thinking, warned a panel of healthcare leaders at Columbia Business School's annual healthcare conference in New York City Friday.
Dr. Cliff Deveny will serve as Summa Health system's interim president and CEO and is "absolutely expected" to be among the candidates for a permanent new leader, according to a news release.
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