Keyword: American Hospital Association
More than 100 healthcare organizations are calling on Congress to address privacy concerns that can hinder addiction care in its opioids package.
As part of its ongoing efforts to protect the 340B program, the AHA unveiled a set of “stewardship principles” to boost transparency.
We spoke to Begley about her career, the top issues she plans to focus on first and the changing role of nurses in healthcare leadership.
Four national healthcare organizations have sued HHS over the long delay of its final rule that would implement price ceilings in the 340B program.
Health IT Now Executive Director Joel White says it's time for ONC to bring its info blocking rule to the surface.
Several hospital groups refiled a lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services over cuts to the 340B drug discount program.
The drug industry continued its campaign to spread the blame for high prescription drug prices with its latest commissioned analysis.
Part of the problem? The shift to value-based care, including less costly outpatient care, is working.
Physicians and hospital groups want to see exceptions to the enforcement of the physician self-referral or Stark Law.
A new study is raising the alarm about increasing resistance to alcohol-based hand sanitizers and other healthcare headlines from around the web.