NYC hospitals chief says money problems are out of his control | New York Post
NYC Health & Hospitals expects to face a $1.2 billion deficit next year, which will be exacerbated by federal cuts of $300 million in 2017 and $460 million per year through 2025, hospitals chief Dr. Ramanathan Raju said at a City Council hearing.
More than $3 million of fraudulent Medicaid billings were recovered after an 18-month investigation revealed that eight Colorado anesthesia providers were allegedly charging patients incorrectly.
Medicaid goes under the knife in New Mexico | Santa Fe New Mexican
New Mexico could lose up to $417 million in Medicaid funding this year, fallout from a budget so lean that there's not enough to secure federal matching funds, the secretary of the state Human Services Department said Monday.
Syracuse, N.Y., hospital to link with smaller hospital | Syracuse.com
St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center is affiliating with Rome Memorial Hospital to make it easier for the 130-bed Oneida County hospital's patients to get specialty care.
Michigan outlines Flint recovery plan | Reuters
The plan, involving several state agencies, is meant to address water infrastructure shortcomings and the health of children who have tested for high lead levels in their blood, expand support in Flint schools and boost economic development for the city, Governor Rick Snyder said.
W.Va. hospital making acquisition plans | WTOV-TV
Wheeling Hospital announced a plan Tuesday to acquire Cadiz-based Harrison Community Hospital. Harrison Community Hospital has been struggling in recent years, with Chief Executive Officer Clifford Harmon and the board recognizing small, independent hospitals are becoming obsolete.
Maxwell Health raises $22M in funding | Boston Globe
Maxwell Health, the Boston-based startup providing cloud-based software for HR managers administering corporate health and benefit plans, has raised $22 million, the company announced on Monday.