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Direct-contracting won't hurt Advantage business, CMMI director says

Direct-contracting won't hurt Advantage business, CMMI director says

By Susannah Luthi  |  October 16, 2018

The Trump administration is looking at new risk structures, including direct provider contracting, to drive cost-saving behaviors in the healthcare industry. But CMMI Director Adam Boehler said that won't dent the Medicare Advantage business.

Family wins Pontiac General 'pay-for-play' residency case

Family wins Pontiac General 'pay-for-play' residency case

By Jay Greene  |  October 15, 2018

A jury in federal court in Port Huron, Mich., unanimously said Tuesday that Pontiac General Hospital breached a contract with the Canadian parents of an international medical school graduate who paid $400,000 believing their son would be accepted into the hospital's residency program.

Detroit Medical Center awaits inspections

Detroit Medical Center awaits inspections

By Jay Greene  |  October 15, 2018

Detroit Medical Center faces a surprise quality inspection that could happen any time from state and federal regulators, according to officials from the Chicago office of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulation.

Recovering addicts sue rehab boss for unpaid labor

Recovering addicts sue rehab boss for unpaid labor

By Associated Press  |  October 08, 2018

A federal lawsuit contends the operators of a North Carolina drug rehab program farmed out recovering addicts to work in adult care homes and restaurants and pocketed the wages for the labor they performed.

Florida Gov. Scott in hot water over financial conflicts of interest

Florida Gov. Scott in hot water over financial conflicts of interest

By Associated Press  |  October 05, 2018

During his nearly eight years in office, Florida Gov. Rick Scott was required to file forms disclosing his investments. Now that he is running for U.S. Senate, however, his wife is also required to reveal her own investments — and they seem to mirror those in Scott's trust.

Calif. governor vetoes dialysis reimbursement cap

Calif. governor vetoes dialysis reimbursement cap

By Susannah Luthi  |  October 01, 2018

Dialysis giants DaVita and Fresenius won a major victory in California as Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have slashed and capped their reimbursement rates.

California governor rejects supervised drug injection plan

California governor rejects supervised drug injection plan

By Associated Press  |  October 01, 2018

California Gov. Jerry Brown rejected legislation that would have allowed San Francisco to open what could be the nation's first supervised drug injection site. He questioned whether the plan would reduce drug addiction.

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