The Senate’s bipartisan Affordable Care Act stabilization bill isn’t dead—yet.
Federal officials have approved Oregon's state innovation waiver, though other states that have applied for waivers have had very different results.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
New research says a significant share of U.S. adults are underinsured.
UnitedHealth has filed a motion asking a federal judge to throw out a Medicare Advantage overpayment rule.
Health insurers and state officials are lining up in support of two senators’ bipartisan proposal to stabilize the Affordable Care Act.
Anthem’s launch of its own pharmacy benefits manager will not only alter the PBM landscape, it will also likely impact one of its competing insurers.
In Indiana, many county-owned hospitals purchased or leased nursing homes to take advantage of a wrinkle in Medicaid payment rules.
There’s no time to waste for physicians or group practices that want to form a virtual group for 2018 as a way to participate in MIPS.
A new contender with strong ties to the pharmaceutical industry has emerged to replace Tom Price as Health and Human Services secretary.
President Donald Trump has pushed back against the Senate's bipartisan ACA stabilization agreement, casting doubt about the proposal's chances.