The CMS has issued an interim final rule that allows ACOs impacted this year by natural disasters more leniency on quality reporting standards.
For much of 2017, attention was on efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. By the end of the year, though, industry trends pointed toward the market reshaping itself through mergers and new offerings.
Over the course of four days, more than 300 hundred nurses swooped into Houston to provide much-needed relief to storm-weary nurses.
Florida Hospital CEO Daryl Tol describes how his team and community rallied to deliver much-needed supplies to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Memorial Regional Hospital saw its patient load nearly quadruple during Hurricane Irma. Food service went from serving 5,000 meals a day to 18,000.
Baptist Health South Florida exec on Hurricane Irma: 'It's not just getting through the storm, it is the aftermath'
The COO of Baptist Health South Florida took matters into his own hands when he drove directly into Hurricane Irma to evacuate a chief nursing officer from the Florida Keys.
Despite operating out of a MASH-like unit, clinicians in the Florida Keys prove that old-school medicine can still result in quality care.
In the line of fire in Las Vegas, a physician assistant gives aid to the wounded.
Clinicians at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center didn't hesitate to answer the call following the tragic shooting on the Las Vegas strip.
With strong ties to Puerto Rico, hospital staff in New York put their lives on hold to conduct vital clinical missions to the island after Hurricane Maria.
Kaiser Permanente leaders describe the harrowing experience of evacuating the Santa Rosa, Calif., hospital during fires in the fall.
Being the sole community provider is a challenge anywhere, but in a place like the Florida Keys, the burden is magnified, especially when the Atlantic Ocean is restive.