Keyword: American Hospital Association (AHA)
Congress should change the definition of "Medicaid shortfall," the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission said Thursday.
Employers are skeptical the promised perks of healthcare consolidation will truly materialize.
Healthcare and health IT groups are supporting recently proposed legislation aimed at reforming a patient privacy regulation by aligning it with HIPAA.
Pharma CEOs went before the Senate last month, and now it’s PBMs’ turn to be on the hot seat.
Healthcare organizations—and two Republican attorneys general—are calling on the courts to protect the Affordable Care Act.
The Health Resources & Services Administration has rolled out a website with drug pricing information for 340B hospitals, plus more payer headlines.
The Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) launched an online tool that 340B hospitals can use to see what companies can charge for drugs.
The Affordable Care Act is having a pretty turbulent ninth birthday as the Trump administration and House Democrats duel over its future.
In an increasingly competitive environment, the healthcare system needs to evolve to better meet the needs of communities.
Healthcare players shouldn't fear rapid industry change and the growing emphasis on consumerism, experts said.