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The Trump administration has its sights on major changes to Medicare in its quest for lower drug prices.
The former CMS officials were asked what their advice would be for the current administrator.
HHS is making good on its promise to reduce regulatory burdens with a preview of some red-tape rollback planned for the rest of 2018.
Various groups are pushing back on potential new limits and quotas for IV opioids, which are facing a serious shortage.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar confirmed that President Trump's long-awaited speech on the administration's plan to lower drug prices is slated for Friday.
CMS approved New Hampshire's work requirement waiver on Monday, the fourth state to receive the go-ahead.
In a recent speech, CMS head Seema Verma made it clear that nonrisk ACOs are not saving enough money and a push to take on more risk is needed.
It may be time to reassess just how much 30-day readmission rates reflect hospital care quality, according to a new study.
Expectant mothers and those battling addiction could be hit the hardest by the Trump administration's plan to expand short-term health plans.
In a late-Friday rule dump, the CMS proposed boosts to its annual payments for post-acute care providers, including skilled nursing facilities and hospice.