The doctors staffing New York City's public hospitals stand to lose out on tens of thousands of dollars in incentive payments because of new standards they say are too high.
An HHS audit of inpatient and outpatient claims made by New York-Presbyterian Hospital concluded the mammoth hospital on Manhattan's Upper West Side may have received more than $14.2 million in Medicare overpayments.
Advocate Health Care in Illinois and St. Peter's Healthcare System in New Jersey want the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on whether their pension plans should be exempt from certain federal protections for workers.
A subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway has agreed to acquire New York's largest medical malpractice insurer.
Researchers in Philadelphia will challenge the assumption that a person who is shot or stabbed has a better chance of surviving if he receives more-intensive care before reaching the hospital.
Connecticut's co-op insurer HealthyCT is winding down its business after it was hit with a massive Affordable Care Act risk-adjustment charge, as the state's insurance regulator said the plan was financially unstable because of the required payments.
New York City's public hospital system is turning over day-to-day operations of the lab at Coney Island Hospital to Northwell Health, after it failed recent state inspections, Crain's New York Business has learned.
Since 2000, 19 New York City hospitals have closed. Dr. Kenneth Davis, Mount Sinai Health System's CEO, doesn't want to be responsible for the loss of No. 20.
Steward Health Care System in Boston has failed to submit financial information to state officials on time for the second consecutive year.
The Federal Trade Commission has decided to continue battling a merger between Penn State Hershey (Pa.) Medical Center and PinnacleHealth System in Harrisburg despite a loss in federal court last week.
It’s been a harrowing few weeks for NYC Health & Hospitals.
New York state's largest health system grew in 2015, but Northwell Health's investments have chipped away at its margins.
The turnaround plan released last week for New York's public hospital system raises a simple question, but one that won't be clear for several years: Will it work? One key watchdog is skeptical.
Several dozen staffers at UPMC's Pittsburgh hospitals went on strike Thursday in solidarity with workers worldwide protesting for higher minimum wages and greater union rights.
Patients, visitors and staff at Hackensack (N.J.) University Medical Center will now be able to Uber to the hospital.
Elmhurst Hospital Center and Queens Hospital Center, which are part of the NYC Health & Hospitals system, are installing a new Epic EHR system. It's part of a $764 million, six-year health IT upgrade at the system that has faced unique controversy and public scrutiny.
NYC Health & Hospitals officially took over the $237 million health program that serves inmates at Rikers Island and other city jails in January, ending the city's relationship with Corizon Health, a for-profit correctional healthcare provider. While the health system begins the arduous work of addressing safety and staffing concerns within the program, many of the same problems remain.
In an effort to cut back on prescription-drug errors and misuse, providers in New York will be required to issue prescriptions electronically.
Three New York City hospital executives have left their leadership roles a month after a patient died in the emergency department of their facility from a misdiagnosed ailment.
A lawsuit filed last month against a New Jersey hospital is one of more than a dozen recent legal challenges to not-for-profit hospitals' tax exemptions in that state, following a court decision last year and a failed legislative fix.