The Democratic presidential candidate laid out his health policy plan Tuesday in an effort to energize his struggling campaign.
Federal prosecutors announced charges Tuesday against a former hospital CFO, two surgeons and two other defendants in a kickback scheme involving nearly $600 million in fraudulent claims for spinal surgeries in Southern California.
A list of the nation's 20 largest skilled-nursing providers, ranked by revenue in 2014. Source: Modern Healthcare's 16th annual Post-Acute Care Survey, Securities and Exchange Commission filings and Internal Revenue Service filings. Published Nov. 23, 2015, p. 34.
As the need for charity care drops, some hospitals and health systems across the country are targeting funds to address societal ills such as poverty, violence, hunger, poor nutrition and lack of housing.
A fifth health insurer has dropped out of an ambitious but struggling Medicaid reform program that targets New Yorkers with high medical costs.
After a ruling that the bill could not be passed through the reconciliation process, senators are scrambling to find another way to get the legislation before the president, who would veto it.
When University of Chicago Medicine held a job fair at a local church a couple of years ago, hospital officials expected a few hundred attendees. To their surprise, about 1,100 South Side residents showed up.
Safeway is partnering up with Sonora Quest Laboratories after dumping Theranos. Sonora, a joint venture of Banner Health and Quest Diagnostics, will open patient-service centers in Arizona Safeway stores, starting with a north Scottsdale location already open.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration expects to release new guidance on a form of birth control that has been linked to more than 15,000 adverse events, including at least a dozen deaths, by the end of February.