Keyword: America's Essential Hospitals
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced it would postpone the planned July update to its Hospital Compare Star Ratings.
HHS is delaying, for the fifth time, regulations that would set drug price ceilings under the 340B drug discount program, and hospitals are not happy.
The hospital industry is pushing back against a Trump administration proposal to reduce access monitoring requirements for some states.
Hospital organizations are urging the Health Resources and Services Administration to implement the long-awaited 340B final rule.
A Trump administration proposal could discourage immigrants from applying for government-funded healthcare, alarming providers and hospitals.
While the president and Republican lawmakers might be eager to move on a rescission package, health groups are ringing the alarm.
In today's roundup: The CMS has delayed a 340B rule yet again, and a Mississippi hospital is threatening to end its contract with BCBS.
The debate over the state of the 340B drug discount program continues to swirl.
Hospital groups will soon get their day in court in a case against HHS over cuts to the 340B program.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against HHS to block cuts to the 340B drug discount program.