Proposed cuts in President Donald Trump's 2018 budget for HHS would reduce funding for rural hospitals and hurt the supply pipeline for black and Hispanic healthcare professionals.
Healthcare CEOs are hiding behind industry lobbying groups instead of publicly using their power to push for changes in the Republicans' healthcare reform bill.
Modern Healthcare is proud to present the 150 companies and organizations that have been named to its Best Places to Work in Healthcare for 2017. An alphabetical list of the companies and organizations is presented here.
SSM Health is launching a financial improvement plan and Texas Health Resources is promoting a new hospital and insurance joint venture as first-quarter operating income falls at each.
A California bill that would eliminate health insurance companies and provide government-funded health coverage for everyone in the state would cost $400 billion and require significant tax increases, legislative analysts said Monday.
Despite promises from the Trump administration to restructure Medicaid and reduce funding by hundreds of billions of dollars, state Medicaid directors say it's unlikely there will be major changes to the program due to infighting among federal lawmakers and pushback from states.
Community Health Systems has rejected a $2.4 billion buyout offer for its eight Fort Wayne, Ind., hospitals, saying Monday the proposal by physicians and private-equity players came in at least $1 billion lower than what it was worth.
More oversight of disease awareness promotions could curb wasteful diagnostic testing, overdiagnosis and inappropriate therapy, researchers said.
For today's tech-savvy consumers, patient-centric care begins before the patient steps foot in the doctor's office, hospital or clinic. It starts with the prospective patient trawling the web for provider reviews and ratings.
Public health officials caution that President Donald Trump's most recent budget proposal would leave the nation vulnerable to disease outbreaks or unable to adequately react to emergencies for years.
Joe Moser, a key architect of Indiana's alternative Medicaid expansion program, has stepped down as the state's Medicaid director. Since his appointment in 2013, he oversaw the care of more than 1.5 million Medicaid and CHIP enrollees.
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