The federal healthcare overhaul is leading some colleges and universities to get out of the health insurance business.
Montana senators endorsed a Republican's compromise Medicaid expansion bill Friday after voting to blast it out of committee and onto the floor earlier in the week.
Healthy Michigan, the state's popular Medicaid expansion program, has led to 600,000 low-income adults making below 133% of the poverty line to be enrolled in government health insurance under the ACA. Now, Gov. Rick Snyder's administration is working to ensure the program continues.
“Good riddance.” That was the two-word statement issued by U.S. Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) on hearing the news that Glenn Haggstrom, the Veterans Affairs Department chief of acquisition, logistics and construction, had resigned last week.
Modern Healthcare is seeking entries for its eighth annual Best Places to Work in Healthcare program.
Modern Healthcare Publisher and Vice President Fawn Lopez last Friday received the first-ever Gertrude Crain Award for her achievements in business-to-business publishing.
Two prominent voices in the debate over the legality of premium subsidies will go head to head Wednesday on the question of whether healthcare reform is succeeding, five years after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law.
The fix isn't in yet, but it's close. The Senate adjourned for its spring break Friday without taking action on legislation permanently repealing and replacing Medicare's sustainable growth-rate physician-payment formula.
With their late-night vote last week, Senate Republicans have joined their House counterparts in passing budget blueprints that set the stage for a fierce battle with the White House over the shape of the nation's healthcare system and appropriate levels of taxation and spending.
The long-awaited sustainable growth-rate fix that passed the House last Thursday and will go to the Senate in mid-April will likely, in addition to instituting a permanent fix for the SGR, simplify quality reporting requirements for providers.
Health systems are starting to return to the municipal bond market to raise money for new projects after a slow start to the year.
Despite ample research showing the benefits of using mechanical patient-handling equipment such as overhead lifts, workers at many hospitals and nursing homes still are hoisting and moving patients the old-fashioned way. But that isn't true at the VA Loma Linda (Calif.) Healthcare System.