The measure, which would require Chicago employers to schedule workers two weeks in advance and pay them for last-minute changes, is set to be heard July 22 by the City Council's Committee on Workforce Development. Hospitals have asked for exceptions given the unpredictable nature of their work.
The state's top health official predicted that Michigan's forthcoming work and employment-reporting requirements for low-income adults on Medicaid will lead to more uncompensated care for hospitals and lower life expectancies.
For healthcare leaders across the industry, caring for providers—ensuring they can get back to their core calling to care for patients—may be the most important work we do. And it starts by focusing on culture.
The IRS issued guidance that makes it easier for patients enrolled in high-deductible health plans to get coverage for medications and drugs to treat chronic illnesses, including asthma, congestive heart failure and diabetes.
Jefferson Health, Temple Health and two other academic health centers plan to submit a letter of intent to acquire a teaching hospital that was included in Philadelphia Academic Health System's Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring.
Although the Catholic Health Initiatives-Dignity Health combination is highly leveraged, Fitch Ratings and Moody's valued the substantial size, diversity and scale of the sprawling $29 billion health system.
Results from Project Japan’s 43rd annual Hospital Systems Survey highlight the need for more precise definitions around risk-based contracting. One thing’s for sure: The transition to risk is happening slowly.
The projection marks a steep increase from 2018's estimated $38.3 billion valuation, according to a new report that found a relatively even spread of doctors by age who were interested in telemedicine positions.