New Jersey hospitals spent more than any other industry in the state to lobby against funding cuts in 2013, according to a report released this week.
As healthcare becomes even more important in American politics, the number of doctors in Congress is on the rise, which could play a huge role in shaping the country's healthcare future, according to a Health Affairs blog post.
Medicare could save an additional $900 billion over the next decade thanks to slowed healthcare spending growth, according to a new report by health care economics consulting firm DobsonDaVanzo commissioned by the Federation of American Hospitals.
Community benefit programs can help hospitals meet federal requirements to maintain their non-profit status and improve population health, according to a review abstract published in a special issue of the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved that focused on the Affordable Care Act.
Americans who couldn't enroll in health insurance plans due to problems with state exchange websites and bought coverage elsewhere can still get federal tax credits and retroactive cost-sharing, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced yesterday.
Eighty percent of pre-healthcare reform coverage exclusions are still among the most frequently excluded by ACA plans, according to a new study from HealthPocket.
Debates in Washington, D.C. may sometimes feel like they take place in an "evidence-free zone," but healthcare information technology provides the evidence needed to achieve better healthcare for all, Hillary Clinton said Wednesday during a keynote address at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's annual conference in Orlando, Fla.
Overall, more Americans prefer costlier, wide-network health insurance plans over cheaper, narrow network products, but the reverse is true for potential exchange customers, according to a new poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Industry experts expect the declining inpatient volume trend to continue through the rest of 2014 and beyond, according to a Health Finance News post.
As millions of their constituents gain health insurance coverage, Democrat and Republican governors gathered in Washington, D.C., last weekend acknowledged that the Affordable Care Act is here for the long haul, according to CBS News.