Keyword: American Hospital Association
Hospital leaders can take several steps to protect their organizations from emerging medical liability risks in 2018.
As the FDA looks to modernize its device approval process to accommodate new technology, the AHA is calling for more cybersecurity oversight.
Cerner and Intermountain were two of the organizations attending a meeting on EHR interoperability spearheaded by White House Adviser Jared Kushner.
Though the debate continues over how much damage would result from repealing the individual mandate, health insurance leaders seem to be expecting the worst.
Some of the largest health systems in the country are bridging financial gaps through stocks, mergers and other investments.
The federal government will no longer mandate that providers participate in bundled payment models for hip fractures and cardiac care.
The fight between hospitals and pharmaceutical companies about the scope of the 340B drug discount program is heating up.
CMS has expressed a desire to take its innovation center in a "new direction," and providers are offering their opinions on how to best move the agency's payment reforms forward
Telehealth, interoperability and access to real-time data were among the issues raised by providers and health IT groups as CMS explores CMMI changes.
Senate Republicans now plan to repeal the ACA's individual mandate in their tax overhaul package—and the healthcare industry isn’t happy about it.