Authorities investigating allegations of a Medicaid scam involving doctors and others in New York City recall coming across something curious in a lower floor of a clinic: stacks of shoe boxes containing cheap, off-brand sneakers, boots and sandals in a variety of sizes.
Idaho's St. Luke's Health System has asked for a rehearing of the case over whether it violated antitrust laws when it acquired a physician group.
Catholic Health Initiatives' financial performance improved significantly in the second quarter of its fiscal year as it began to see the benefits from recent acquisitions and cost-cutting efforts.
Robinson Health System, Ravenna, Ohio, has agreed to pay $10 million to the federal government to settle claims that it engaged in illegal financial relationships with referring physicians. The hospital voluntarily disclosed the problematic arrangements.
Major pharmaceutical companies continue to actively oppose a yet-to-be-finalized proposed rule that would require generic drug companies to update labels on products if they receive new safety information.
Dr. Jay Bhatt will be responsible for organizing physician activities and providing clinical leadership for the IHA's Institute for Innovations in Care and Quality.
Private healthcare providers cannot sue state Medicaid agencies over low reimbursement rates, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Tuesday in a 5-4 decision, reversing a lower court's ruling.
University of Colorado Health bucks recent trends with plan to build a new hospital in Longmont, Colo.
Three Illinois palliative and end-of-life care providers plan to merge to create the largest not-for-profit hospice provider, by patient volume, in the state.
The legislative package repealing Medicare's sustainable growth-rate formula for paying doctors takes the typical something-for-everyone approach to gaining support in Congress. But one group that didn't get what it wanted is physician-owned hospitals.