Indiana's request to have a Medicaid work requirement could be legally challenged because state officials did not allow for any public comment on the controversial request.
St. Francis Medical Center was cleared of an antitrust suit, John Hopkins' president will retire and other regional news.
Anthem has been hinting for months that it may pull out of some Affordable Care Act exchanges, but Ohio marks its first retreat.
Florida rejects caps in malpractice cases, Wisconsin softens provisions of Medicaid waiver and other regional news.
UCHealth expands in Denver, Wayne State and Henry Ford contemplate a merger, and other regional news.
A California bill that would eliminate health insurance companies and provide government-funded health coverage for everyone in the state would cost $400 billion annually and require significant tax increases, according to a state legislative analysis.
Inova’s joint-venture health plan with Aetna is exiting the Virginia exchange marketplace in 2018 to stem losses that are dampening an otherwise strong rebound at the system.
The CEO of Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center resigned last week after faculty accused him of harming the institution's culture and reputation.
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Dr. Toby Cosgrove, the longtime CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, announced last week he will be stepping down by the end of this year.
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Norton Healthcare in Kentucky saw strong investment gains, an area that has helped other health systems score earnings wins for the year.
Wisconsin last week unveiled plans to overhaul Medicaid by requiring members to pay insurance premiums and undergo a drug screening.
The state of Massachusetts sued Universal Health Services in federal court last week, accusing it of illegally charging Medicaid for outpatient mental health services by unqualified staff.
The CMS will allow cash-strapped Alabama to postpone its Medicaid privatization and restructuring demonstration.
Iowa's privatized Medicaid program has asked the federal government to pay up to $225 million in risk-corridor payments to make up for losses experienced by the health insurers that run the year-old managed-care program, and other regional news.
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled last week to uphold a state law that exempts not-for-profit hospitals from paying property taxes.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Cleveland VA Medical Center have teamed up open a new center dedicated to finding solutions to antibiotic resistance.
A federal judge last week ruled against the proposed union between Advocate Health Care and NorthShore University HealthSystem, leading the two Chicago-area hospital systems to announce that they will not continue their merger effort.
Indiana officials have not responded to claims that they cooked the books when assessing the performance of the state's Medicaid expansion.