The CMS has cleared Louisville, Ky.-based Norton Project Japan following an investigation into its safety protocols after a mental health staffer assaulted patients.
April is National Minority Health Month. Along with the ongoing challenge of eliminating disparities in care, both insurance and access to care also vary based on race.
Several medical associations blasted a value-based payment system created by MACRA for potentially causing harm to patients and sparking millions of dollars in financial penalties for providers.
In his brief tenure as House speaker, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) advocated for the same conservative healthcare ideas he always had, but even under a unified GOP government they never gained traction. Here's why.
A recently unsealed False Claims Act lawsuit filed in 2014 accuses CVS Health, through its pharmacy benefits manager unit, of getting lower prices on drugs with its pharmacies and failing to pass those savings on to Medicare Part D.
According to an OIG report, the CMS paid telemedicine claims that did not meet Medicare requirements for reimbursement.
Banner Health will pay the federal government $18 million to settle a False Claims Act lawsuit accusing it of admitting Medicare patients who could have been treated in outpatient settings at 12 of its Arizona and Colorado hospitals.
The CMS has finalized a Medicare policy that makes it easier for patients with pacemakers to receive MRI scans.
Ambulance companies are worried that some dialysis patients they transport regularly may lose access to care because of a looming 13% cut to their Medicare rates that kicks in Oct. 1.
The CMS is gearing up to inform providers whether they must comply with MACRA, but clinicians are bristling both at the agency's timeline for sharing the information and its notification plans.
California health startup founder Adam Boehler will take the lead on innovation for Medicare and Medicaid.
An influential advisory panel plans to ask Congress to cut payments to some stand-alone emergency departments. The proposal could save Medicare up to $250 million annually if enacted into law.