Health insurer and consumer advocacy groups on Thursday pressed state regulators to protect consumers against the expansion of short-term plans, association health plans and health reimbursement arrangements that the groups said could harm the individual market.
Committee calls for creating a 'care continuum' to meet unmet needs of patients with serious mental illness
A new government report finds the health system provides little in the way of clinical or social supports for those with serious mental illness.
The Children's Health Insurance Program funding fight shows no sign of ending as next week's spending deadline looms, and states and hospitals are mounting increasingly urgent pleas for action.
HHS' Office of Inspector General said the CMS must work on ways to provide technical assistance to clinicians for MACRA participation and create a more robust integrity program.
Now that internet providers are allowed to throttle web traffic, healthcare—and telemedicine in particular—may take a hit.
Advanced practice nurses are urging the American Medical Association to rescind a recent decision to launch a campaign focused on limiting independent practice of non-physician practitioners across state lines.
The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission has begun reviewing the planned merger between Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Lahey Health and several other hospital systems that would create the second-largest healthcare network in the state.
Dr. J. Mario Molina has resigned from the board of the health insurer his father founded, Molina Healthcare said Tuesday.
A judge has blocked a proposed merger between Sanford Health and Mid Dakota Clinic until a Federal Trade Commission hearing next month.
A federal appeals court has revived an $891 million securities fraud lawsuit against Community Health Systems that alleged the company misled investors on its financial health.