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 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.
The CMS released a proposed rule that would require drugmakers to list prices for their drugs in their consumer advertising.
DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital in Commerce Township, Mich., has been charged with multiple unfair labor practices by the National Labor Relations Board. Nurses have been negotiating an initial union contract since mid-2016.
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.
Experts say 10 years after the landmark Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act was signed into law full parity remains elusive for many Americans with mental health and substance use disorders seeking treatment.
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.
Connecticut officials have received official assurances that CVS Health will keep Aetna in Hartford for at least the next decade.
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.
The Small Business Association of Michigan and MichBusiness have created TranscendAHP, a federally enabled association health plan, and are working with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network to offer 10 different large group plans.
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.
Some business associations and insurers are launching a cheaper type of health plan now permitted by the Trump administration, while others are holding back due to big regulatory and legal uncertainties about the future of these products.