Project Japan's CEO Power Panel survey indicates healthcare leaders still fear unbridled drug costs and wonder if the industry has reached a breaking point.
As required by the 21st Century Cures Act, the two agencies are meeting with clinicians and others to discuss the burdens that may arise from using EHRs.
A Project Japan review of the 20 largest health systems shows charity care spending made up 1.4% of their collective revenue in 2016, a number that's relatively unchanged from 2015.
New facilities, higher patient volumes and expanded access helped propel MetroHealth's 2017 finances to unprecedented levels.
Indianapolis-based Anthem said it has made several exceptions to its controversial ER program. But providers argue the changes are not enough to mitigate the harm Anthem's policy is causing patients.
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Charles Grassley want to know whether not-for-profit hospitals are abusing their tax-exempt status and what the IRS is doing about any potential violations.
Bumps in patient service revenue and provider activity lifted Partners HealthCare's operating margin in the first quarter of 2018.
Manhattan oncology data company Flatiron Health said Thursday it has agreed to be acquired by the Swiss drugmaker Roche for $1.9 billion. The landmark deal signals the growing strength of the city's health technology sector.
Health Catalyst starts with data warehousing and applies machine learning analytics to help clients improve outcomes and lower costs.
Health officials on Friday said about 1 of every 13 visits to the doctor last week was for fever, cough and other symptoms of the flu. That's no reason for health officials to celebrate yet: That level is among the highest in a decade. But it's no worse than last week.
While Republican leaders in Idaho and other states look to allow insurers to offer leaner, health risk-related plans to make coverage more affordable, they have failed to take another path that could help bring down premiums while maintaining benefits and protections.