Evolent's technology and consulting platform can help identify high-risk patients by analyzing data from multiple sources and then create physician-driven care-management plans.
The Phoenix metro area is booming. Once-sleepy neighborhoods are seeing real estate bidding wars. New housing developments are appearing where there once was nothing. Against that backdrop, healthcare in Phoenix is reorganizing as systems compete for patients and the doctors who refer them.
Tactics used in the federal inquiry that led over 500 hospitals to settle charges they submitted false claims for implantable heart devices could shape how the government conducts future Medicare fraud investigations.
A list of the nation's 11 largest for-profit hospital chains, ranked by 2015 revenue as reported to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Source: Modern Healthcare reporting. Published May 30, 2016, p. 34.
The Arizona Supreme Court has ruled that hospitals can go after lawsuit settlements to get additional reimbursement for the costs of providing care for some patients covered by the state's Medicaid program.
Modern Healthcare is accepting entries for its 31st annual Design Awards competition.
Ascension Wisconsin, the state's second-largest health system, will undergo a restructuring following its acquisition of three major healthcare systems in the past few years.
Attorneys for two Chicago-area hospital systems argued in federal court last week that a recent decision in a similar antitrust case in Pennsylvania supports the systems' case for being allowed to merge.
Dennis Murphy is the new CEO of Indiana University Health, the largest healthcare system in the Hoosier state. In an interview with Modern Healthcare reporter Bob Herman, he outlines his early goals and how he views risk-based payment models.
In the last full year of the Obama administration, federal policymakers remain so focused on interoperability that an annual gathering hosted by the top national information technology office leans hard on the issue.
Balancing innovation with the rising costs of therapies and value-based payment models is top of mind this week at the largest annual gathering of oncologists.