A federal judge's recent decision to vacate the 2014 Medicare Advantage overpayment rule paves the way for insurers to continue upcoding to reap higher CMS payments that could cost billions of dollars, experts said.
Hospital groups sued HHS Secretary Alex Azar over the delay in setting the ceiling price that 340B providers have to pay drugmakers.
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., ruled that a 2014 CMS rule violated federal law requiring payments to Medicare Advantage insurers be actuarially equivalent to traditional fee-for-service providers.
Hospitals are trying for a third time to halt HHS' cuts to Medicare Part B payments to 340B providers with a lawsuit filed Wednesday in a U.S. District Court.
President Donald Trump's second SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh begins his confirmation hearings September 4. While abortion and Roe v. Wade are in the spotlight, his positions on other key healthcare issues will come into play, including Obamacare.
A lawsuit aiming to overturn the Affordable Care Act goes before a conservative Texas judge Sept. 5. The health insurance industry and GOP lawmakers are bracing for the potential fallout.
Cleveland's MetroHealth System, which will pursue damages related to the opioid epidemic in Cuyahoga County, has taken on the public health crisis through a number of initiatives.
Erlanger Health System in Chattanooga claimed Tennessee's Medicaid program purposefully siphoned money from hospitals that treat the neediest patients to favor insurance companies that often employ former TennCare employees.
Former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Tom Frieden has been arrested in New York on charges alleging he forcibly touched a woman in his Brooklyn home last October.
In a largely procedural decision, Maine's high court ruled that Republican Gov. Paul LePage's administration must implement the state's voter-mandated Medicaid expansion even if it continues fighting the plan in court.
Pennsylvania's highest court ruled that Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf did not exceed his authority when he set up a process to give some union rights to home-based workers who care for elderly and disabled people.
Advocacy groups sued to block Arkansas' Medicaid work requirement in federal court, two months after they won a federal ruling halting Kentucky's similar waiver program.