More than 100 workers at Pittsburgh-based UPMC staged a labor strike Tuesday to protest wages and union rights. The striking workers allege UPMC has prevented them from forming a local under the Service Employees International Union-Healthcare Pennsylvania.
With the fast-tracked reboot of the 21st Century Cures Act, drug and device manufacturers may be about to win long sought revisions to the way the Food and Drug Administration approves and regulates their products.
Henry Ford is one of dozens of other hospitals, medical groups and nursing homes nationally that have dropped out of the bundled-payment model program over the past three years for a variety of reasons.
The Silicon Valley-based company was dinged by state regulators for allegedly allowing unlicensed employees to handle insurance transactions and for circumventing insurance agent education requirements.
The MetroHealth System plans to construct a new hospital to replace its aging patient towers, laying out a path to move forward with its long-discussed campus transformation on its own credit.
Price and Verma would be key to Trump's plan to repeal and replace the ACA. Price's ACA replacement plan would allow people to opt out of Medicare and Medicaid and receive tax credits to buy individual plans. Verma helped craft Indiana's Medicaid expansion, which requires contributions to an HSA.
Premier is buying out two group purchasing organizations owned by the Greater New York Hospital Association that serve non-acute providers.
Dr. Nicholas Wolter, longtime CEO of Billings (Mont.) Clinic, will retire from the not-for-profit system in January.
A new study suggests the socio-economic conditions where a hospital is located heavily influence its quality rating published on the federal government's Hospital Compare website.
Minnesota marketplace may have improperly spent federal grants that were meant to help establish its health insurance marketplace, according to a new report by HHS' Office of Inspector General.
Falling demand for blood is creating financial challenges and fueling uncertainty for organizations depended on to maintain the nation's blood supply, according to a new study sponsored by the federal government.
Catholic Health Initiatives is bringing an operating loss of $483 million from its 2016 fiscal year to its merger talks with Dignity Health. CHI attributed the losses to lower patient volumes, higher labor costs and its struggling health plan.