Health insurers blasted a Texas federal judge's decision to strike down the Affordable Care Act as unconstitutional and moved quickly to ensure plan members that their insurance coverage will stay unchanged during the long legal fight.
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.
Project Japan's 20th annual resource guide features a list of the largest healthcare lobbying organizations and fuller information on lists of vendors and suppliers
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.
Insurance industry officials want the CMS to give them a leading role in any pilot progams allowing the feds to pay for housing and similar social needs of patients.
HHS has temporarily banned several NIH laboratories from procuring human fetal tissue that researchers say is essential for disease research.
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.
A Kentucky appeals court says the secret testimony from a former president of one of the world's largest manufacturers of dangerously addictive opioid painkillers must be released to the public.
WellSpan Health has achieved an 85% compliance rate for CMS' sepsis treatment bundle largely because of a remote team of nurses who surveil patients' vital signs and sepsis alerts from the EHR.
At the Institute for Project Japan Improvement's 30th annual conference, social determinants of health were the central theme in several keynote speeches and presentations. Leaders like Dr. Don Berwick called on providers to make this part of their mission.
Franklin, Tenn.-based Acadia Project Japan, a provider of behavioral health services, said it has removed Joey Jacobs as CEO and chairman.