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The AMA and RAND Corp. release findings from a study assessing how physicians view new pay models. Also this week, earnings season continues.
An online-exclusive, extended list of the nation's 26 largest post-acute-care companies, ranked by 2017 net revenue. Source: Modern Healthcare's 19th annual Post-Acute Care Survey, Modern Healthcare Metrics and Securities and Exchange Commission filings.
Nearly half of accountable care organizations surveyed said they now intend to stay in the Medicare Shared Savings Program even though they could be facing downside risk soon, a change of heart from previous surveys.
Despite congressional GOP candidates' promises, health policy analysts doubt whether victorious Republicans would move to replace those ACA protections with equally strong measures to cover people with health conditions as part of repeal legislation.
Offering doctors incentive payments for increasing their preventive screening rates doesn't violate federal kickback laws, according to HHS' Office of Inspector General.
Analysts predict HCA Healthcare will once again outshine its investor-owned hospital peers in the upcoming third-quarter earnings season.
Burdened by EHRs and anxious about their financial well-being, physicians don't have a particularly rosy outlook on the practice of medicine, according to a report from Leavitt Partners.
Hospitals could save significant money if they standardize purchasing, analyze data that tie costs to patient outcomes and facilitate collaboration between physicians and administrators, according to a new report.
Hospitals that receive accreditation from organizations like the Joint Commission don't have better mortality or readmission rates than their non-accredited peers, according to a new study.
The healthcare industry, which has embraced a sea change in recent years at the behest of consumers, should now embrace the idea that price transparency is here to stay.