Hospitals that want their states to keep up their certificate-of-need laws are on the alert after last week's sweeping health policy directive from the White House shows shifting ground.
Although system CEOs see some benefits to the change of control in the House, the likelihood of partisan gridlock is muting their optimism.
A House panel will question ONC leaders about progress the agency is making on implementing the 21st Century Cures Act.
The organ transplant community saw a transformation of the decadeslong system of allocating organs to patients based on geographic proximity.
The HHS secretary on Tuesday expounded on the Trump administration's vision to overhaul Medicare financing.
The Trump administration gave states a blueprint for repealing certificate-of-need laws and urged them to push against industry consolidation.
A conservative study group projected that establishing a work requirement for Medicaid eligibility could significantly boost lifetime earnings for enrollees, despite claims by other researchers that the benefits of this policy are unproven.
The move by lawmakers limits the duration of "skinny" plans, which are exempt from offering certain protections required under the Affordable Care Act.
Children's hospitals want Congress to set up a provider-coordinated health home model for kids with complex conditions, setting up a turf battle with Medicaid insurers. But as the deadline tightens, a wide array of skeptics aren't sure it's worth the fight.
Drug industry insiders are questioning whether Sen. Bernie Sanders' proposal to cut pharma patent protections if drug prices are too high will ultimately limit access to new therapies.
The Senate HELP Committee continues its yearlong look at healthcare costs. Health IT leaders, meanwhile, gear up for talking interoperability at ONC's annual meeting.
Federal laws are preventing greater use of telehealth, according to a CMS report sent to Congress on Thursday.