Keyword: American Hospital Association (AHA)
A split Congress is good news for healthcare investors, plus more healthcare headlines.
The American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday took its strongest stand yet against spanking children, plus other physician practice news.
The administration has overstepped its boundaries, and patients will suffer under the rule, said AHA's president. Physician organizations disagree.
A federal judge has agreed to set a deadline for HHS to clear out its Medicare claims appeal backlog.
HHS is planning an about-face on the long-delayed rule that would set price ceilings and monetary penalties in the 340B program.
HHS' plan to bring down Part B prices has drawn skepticism, including from providers who helped sink a similar proposal from the Obama White House.
AMIA pushes ONC to integrate real-time data reporting as providers and vendors voice concerns about burden.
Some providers are trying to mobilize U.S. healthcare systems around addressing firearm violence the way they would if a new disease swept the nation.
The Senate Judiciary Committee wants the FTC to examine "potentially anticompetitive contracting practices between insurers and hospital systems."
New ICD-10 codes took effect Oct. 1 to allow health providers to report suspected or known cases of different kinds of human trafficking.