Ochsner Health System will make improvements to the safety-net hospitals in north Louisiana under its new management deal to operate the facilities, the head of the healthcare company said Monday as the oversight contracts were officially signed.
The Office of Management and Budget is taking a look at a proposed rule aiming to end the practice of data-blocking.
Like its namesake, Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital isn't satisfied standing pat. The Hollywood, Fla., hospital is adding floors and has been pushing northward, expanding its services to Palm Beach County. New CEO Caitlin Beck Stella talks about the hospital's growth strategy.
Members of the Aurora (Colo.) Police Department's SWAT team donned superhero costumes to rappel down the sides of Children's Hospital Colorado last week to surprise the young patients inside.
Negotiations over the final bicameral opioids package are snagged on controversial provisions, and a final agreement could get delayed through the weekend.
Many providers cite savings on services and supply chain as a sizable factor driving their mergers and acquisitions. But a new paper shows bundling purchases and standardization don't save as much as they think.
Lakeland Regional Health and Orlando Health lasted less than a year as integrated partners and will break up on Sept. 30.
Health systems are debating how to ensure research transparency in the wake of Dr. Jose Baselga's recent resignation from Memorial Sloan Kettering over undisclosed conflicts of interest.
For the second consecutive year median operating margins fell, hitting 1.9% in 2017, down from 2.8% the year prior. Still, improved liquidity measures bode well for not-for-profit hospitals.
Three major Boston hospitals' invited ABC film crews to film a documentary series, but the shoots violated patient privacy laws, HHS said.
The state Supreme Court upheld a ruling allowing certain medical centers to use charity to offset their property tax bills, a matter that drew controversy a few years ago.
Recovery audit contractors recouped more than $400 million in improper Medicare payments in fiscal 2016 and are now urging Congress to increase their ability to review more claims. But Hospitals want to further reduce the amount of claims RACs review.