Providers are borrowing ideas from other industries to try to make life easier for consumers, which will be a boon for technology, construction and architecture firms.
The National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems renamed itself the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare in a move the group says represents its evolving priorities in light of the ongoing opioid epidemic and push to integrate behavioral health into primary care settings.
Modern Healthcare set out to find a better version of an after-visit summary, asking around the industry to help create a form that is useful for patients and providers alike.
Efforts to reduce hospitalizations among Medicare beneficiaries have sparked a steady decline in admissions over the past several years and have also hit the bottom lines of many skilled-nursing facilities.
A new study calls for community health centers to make securing housing a top priority for their patient populations.
A troubling trend of claim denials by Medicare contractors for inpatient rehab may stop thanks to a new CMS guidance that alters how such claims should be reviewed.
The U.S. Justice Department will not intervene in a recently unsealed group of False Claims Act lawsuits alleging that HCR ManorCare admitted patients to hospice who were not eligible for the service.
Wall Street analysts speaking at a panel discussion in Nashville Thursday said the future looks bright—and lucrative—for payers and medical-device makers, but not necessarily hospitals.