The Department of Vermont Health Access has started reallocating $4 million in Medicaid money from academic medical centers to family doctors.
Massachusetts to pilot ER-based addiction treatment at 3 hospitals | State House News Service
Three Massachusetts hospitals will receive a total of $3 million to test a model of addiction treatment that begins in the emergency room, under a state grant program created in this year's state budget.
A deadly new drug-resistant fungus has been linked to the deaths of four hospital patients in the U.S., according to a report released Friday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Big hospital network cracks down on the right to sue | National Public Radio
San Francisco Bay Area companies say Sutter Health is strong-arming them into a contract that would help the hospital system secure its power over prices and potentially raise the cost of medical care for their employees in the future.
HHS said on Thursday it added seven new agents, including the HIV virus and an industrial solvent, to its list of carcinogens.
More than 1,200 hospitals around the country want to know if they were overcharged by Mylan Pharmaceuticals for the EpiPen auto-injector. In a letter sent earlier this week to the Department of Justice, an industry trade group called 340B Health cited a recent settlement in which Mylan agreed to a $465 million settlement to resolve accusations of shortchanging Medicaid by failing to pay the appropriate rebates.
President Barack Obama on Thursday mocked Republicans, saying they do not even have “a hint” of a plan to replace Obamacare, despite vowing to repeal it. “They don't even have a pretense of a plan,” Obama said at a campaign rally for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Miami, Fla. “They don't even have a semblance of a plan. There's not even a hint of a plan.”