Keyword: American Hospital Association (AHA)
Rising drug prices and shortages are forcing some hospitals to cut staff or services, according to a new report.
Hospitals are investing in community programs, despite losing nearly $76 billion in Medicare and Medicaid payments in 2017, according to AHA.
A federal judge has sided with hospitals in the ongoing battle over cuts to 340B drug discount payments.
Providers have yet to slake their thirst for mergers, with several big-ticket megadeals dominating headlines in 2018.
A coalition is seeking legislative remedies against surprise medical bills such as requiring that patients be informed when care is out of network.
In a suit filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the AHA and the AAMC said a site-neutral payment rule would lead to problems.
HHS has finalized plans to roll out the final rule for the 340B drug discount program, which would set price ceilings and monetary penalties.
A split Congress is good news for healthcare investors, plus more healthcare headlines.
Judge Reed O’Connor ruled that the individual mandate is "essential to and inseverable from the remainder of the ACA."
The American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday took its strongest stand yet against spanking children, plus other physician practice news.