Healthcare industry analysts scrambled to determine how a revised Senate GOP healthcare bill released Monday morning would distribute federal funding among the states and loosen protections for Americans with pre-existing medical conditions.
A new JAMA study that analyzed clinical data of 2.9 million patients found the number of sepsis deaths grew from 2009 to 2014 despite old findings that showed mortality was decreasing.
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Rural hospitals have long wanted to be part of the so-called 340B program, too, but were blocked from participating until the Affordable Care Act . But, unlike bigger hospitals, rural hospitals can't get discounts on expensive drugs that treat rare diseases.
Trust in health insurers continues to deteriorate, but that hasn't affected the organizations' bottom lines.
Physicians, hospitals, insurers and patient groups also continued to slam the Graham-Cassidy bill, despite revisions that would enhance funding for certain states such as Alaska and Maine.
A $1.4 billion investment gain covered a 2017 decline in operating income largely caused by Ascension's more generous charity policies.
The revenue cycle and analytics company, which merged with McKesson's technology business in March, will bring blockchain to its administrative and financial network by the end of the year.
Research from the World Health Organization, ECRI Institute and others have shown that as medical devices become more complex, users frequently lack sufficient training. In traditional approaches, manufacturer representatives or surgeons who already know how to use the device give new users a...
The FDA's approval of a new type of duodenoscope could help cut down on hospital-acquired infections, which have been a problem for the G.I.-focused device.
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