Larry Goldberg, 56, will be president of the university medical division at Banner Health, a not-for-profit based in Phoenix with 28 hospitals and other ventures in six states.
Edward-Elmhurst Health in west-suburban Chicago overestimated by $92 million how much patients and insurers owed the health system.
Patients with treatment-resistant forms of depression are a major driver of healthcare costs, according to a new study, and researchers say that should encourage the industry to develop new therapies.
Tennessee is looking to reverse an Obama-era cut to its uncompensated-care costs and secure more money from the Trump administration, saying the current federal funding isn't enough to cover its hospitals' losses.
Mercy Health and Bon Secours Health System plan to merge, forming a 43-hospital organization that serves seven states with $8 billion in net operating revenue, the systems announced Wednesday.
In comments on the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement, trade groups and vendors asked the ONC for details about patient matching, data sharing and other topics related to interoperability.
The Wisconsin Legislature has approved conservative Gov. Scott Walker's plan to set up an individual market reinsurance fund before a contentious election cycle. But some of the state's progressives have blasted the move as pure politics.
HIV/AIDS patients sue CVS, researchers try ultrasound for Alzheimer's treatment, and genotype-based diets fail.
The administration's proposal, meant to expand access to affordable healthcare options, would allow consumers to buy short-term insurance plans that last up to 12 months, compared with a maximum of less than three months under current law.
But physicians still aren't flocking to a CMS program aimed at coordinating care for Medicare beneficiaries with chronic conditions.
Michigan is slowly moving forward on a plan to place its $2.8 billion Medicaid nursing home and long-term care services programs under the management of private health plans.
Some patients who overdose are revived quickly with a reversal drug like naloxone. But depending on how fast they reach the hospital, and what kind of opioid they took, others may be put on a ventilator. They can wind up in the hospital for days, perhaps weeks.