Phoenix-based Banner Health issued new bonds last week to refinance older debt, including the short-term loans it used to fund two recent acquisitions.
Wheaton Franciscan Service posted a higher surplus for the year ended June 30 after the Illinois-based system saw a sharp decrease in uncollectable bills from patients who are now covered by Medicaid.
After a report from the government watchdog said few people were exploiting vulnerabilities in the enrollment process that could allow them to receive insurance subsidies while still enrolled in Medicaid, Democrats in the House called the GAO report just another effort by Republicans to derail the...
Democratic lawmakers say they are struggling to get Republican lawmakers on board to prevent a 52% spike in Medicare Part B premiums.
Health investigators served subpoenas seeking hundreds of pages of patient and staff records at Planned Parenthood clinics across Texas on Thursday, as officials move to halt Medicaid funding to the organization that has been repeatedly targeted by the state's top conservatives.
The CMS will engage providers in New York in an effort to turn around the state's struggling experiment to coordinate care for low-income and disabled residents eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare. Dual demonstrations around the country continue to struggle with high opt outs, and many are...
Physicians, hospitals and not-for-profits are trying to avoid layoffs and service cuts as they wait for the state's delayed Medicaid payments.
The CMS has granted California permission to change the hospital admission process for some Medicaid beneficiaries in the state.
Texas announced Monday it was cutting off Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood clinics following undercover videos that featured discussions about fetal tissue, potentially triggering a court fight like one unfolding in neighboring Louisiana.
While Gov. Bobby Jindal repeatedly refused to take federal healthcare money to expand Louisiana's Medicaid program, the men seeking to follow him into office are less reluctant to accept the cash.
Officials with the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services say an unencrypted email sent in August may have compromised the confidential health information of more than 1,600 Medicaid patients.
Drugmakers do not have to sell orphan drugs to rural and cancer hospitals at a discount under the federal program known as 340B, a judge ruled Wednesday. The pharmaceutical industry's victory in the case disappointed many hospitals.