The CMS is asking accrediting organizations like the Joint Commission to disclose their relationships with providers they accredit for participation in Medicare and consult for.
B.J. Moore will join the health system in January after spending more than two decades at Microsoft, most recently in its cloud and AI division.
Plans are moving forward on a $450 million healthcare campus adjacent to Michigan State University.
Acquiring a couple of doctors at a time has resulted in rapid, yet relatively quiet, growth for DuPage Medical Group, which added 140 clinicians this year. The next step is taking the model out-of-state.
Dr. Rasu Shrestha will join the Charlotte, N.C.-based health system in February from UPMC, where he was chief innovation officer. The radiologist will replace Carol Lovin, who was promoted to Atrium's system chief of staff.
DaVita has knocked $560 million off the purchase price of its medical group, DaVita Medical Holdings, which it's in the process of selling to UnitedHealth Group's Optum.
Officials for the health system, known as the safety net for the region, hope modern outpatient clinics and a short, comprehensive name attract more insured patients to boost net patient revenue.
Beaumont Health plans to sell as much as 90% of its seven-county home health and hospice business and has created a joint venture called Beaumont Home Health and Hospice LLC with Ohio-based Alternate Solutions Health Network.
Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Healthcare, a provider of behavioral health services, said it has removed Joey Jacobs as CEO and chairman.
Health system and health insurer share prices fell at varying levels by Monday's stock market close following a federal judge's ruling to strike down the Affordable Care Act.
Safety-net hospitals, like Mount Sinai on Chicago's West Side, often provide a broad array of community benefit programs that aren't adequately captured by the current tax reporting framework.
Molina Healthcare is kicking former CEO Dr. J. Mario Molina's medical practice out of its network, forcing roughly 78,000 patients to either find new doctors or switch health plans to keep their current ones.