Congress' ongoing delays to fund key Medicare programs and restore DSH payments keep hospitals in limbo.
After layoffs and significant operating losses in fiscal 2016 and 2017, DeKalb Medical in Georgia has spent months looking for a partner. Now, it may soon join Atlanta-based Emory Healthcare. The two organizations signed a letter of intent to form a strategic partnership.
The CMS' planned $1.6 billion cut to 340B hospitals will disproportionately impact providers in California, North Carolina and New York, resulting in a $62 million to $126 million hit to hospitals across those states, according to a new study.
Current and former officials at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Broward Health have been accused of violating the state's open-government laws in the ousting of former interim President and CEO Pauline Grant.
Healthcare organizations should consider seeking greater cross-sector collaboration, new strategic investments and creative efficiencies to build resilience as they brace for more change next year, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers report.
Dr. Delos "Toby" Cosgrove has always been in search of a better way to do things — for patients, for Cleveland Clinic, for its caregivers.
When it comes to our jobs, we've probably all experienced days where we feel tired and less motivated. But if you're a radiologist, you're more likely than ever to be experiencing workplace burnout, with classic symptoms like fatigue, anxiety, and doubts about high-quality, meaningful impact on...
The recent wave of hospital system mergers could equip those providers to transform American healthcare, or allow them to raise prices for consumers. It's unclear which path the systems will take.
Gwinnett Medical Center's new unit dedicated to holding psychiatric patients that visit its emergency department is taking an innovative approach to a problem hospitals across the country continue to face.
The mounting bipartisan push to block or delay the CMS' planned $1.6 billion in Medicare cuts to 340B hospitals before the end of the year has the attention of congressional leaders.
A year-end growth spurt may have catapulted Grand Blanc-based McLaren Health Care Corp. into being the biggest integrated health system in Michigan.
As healthcare spending grows and customers demand more convenient care, insurance companies are teaming up with nontraditional partners to keep patients out of hospitals and emergency rooms. Hospitals will have to evolve to stay afloat.