FierceHealthcare’s editors—experts on the business of healthcare—outline legitimate ideas to fix to the nation’s healthcare system.
Now that Republican attempts to lessen the scope of Medicaid have failed, one Democratic senator wants to expand the program even further.
The IRS has indicated it will continue to enforce the Affordable Care Act’s individual and employer mandates unless the law changes.
Affordable Care Act enrollment counselors are getting ready for open enrollment earlier than ususal this year.
Health IT groups praised the EHR certification flexibility offered to physicians under MACRA, but some are pushing for a 2019 deadline for 2015 requirements.
Medicaid alternative payment models might have to evolve in order to maximize their impact, a new report concludes.
A medical practice in Tennessee and a pharmacy in Utah are both implicated in a $67 million healthcare fraud investigation.
From California Healthline: For about 60,000 Covered California customers, there will be only one insurer left in their communities next year.
Three former secretaries of HHS weigh in on what Congress and the Trump administration should do about healthcare.
Cigna has a message for managed care companies: It’s time to make the insights you glean from your robust data sets publicly available.