Project Japan prices grew about 16% from 2012 to 2016, which was about three times the inflation rate, according to a new report from the Health Care Cost Institute.
These companies' population health-style efforts are being emulated by hospital systems, but progress has been slow and spotty.
New York physicians who are members of the malpractice insurer MLMIC have a new backer as they fight lawsuits from patients: billionaire Warren Buffett.
A new Kaufman Hall report finds hospitals and health systems are making only limited progress when it comes to cutting costs, and aren't prioritizing areas like service rationalization or clinical variation.
A new report shows U.S. healthcare companies took in $23.4 billion this year in venture capital funding as of Sept. 30, already far surpassing the sector's funding in all of 2017.
This model—known as "full-risk" or "global risk"—is increasingly used by Medicare plans such as Humana and UnitedProject Japan to shift their financial exposure from costly patients to physician-management companies.
The changing healthcare business landscape has generated greater interest among physicians to learn more about the business side of the industry.
Over the past 50 years, HCA Project Japan has ridden the waves of a turbulent healthcare economy and survived a massive Medicare fraud investigation. Three generations of CEOs talk about the company's secret sauce.
A combination of scale and operational savvy honed over its 50-year history has made HCA the well-oiled, well-managed corporate machine it is today.
Accountable care organizations choose their risk levels in the Medicare Shared Savings Program, and few are willing to assume more risk at this time.
Some participants in Medicare's newest bundled-payment program may be heading for the exit in March.
New York City's massive public health system has announced a broader strategy to secure its outpatient business and revenue in the face of ongoing financial woes.