Keyword: Association of American Medical Colleges
Provider groups and health systems are clamoring for HHS to provide direct assistance to cash-strapped hospitals now.
Physicians and other medical professionals may soon no longer need a new state license to care for patients living in another state.
A shortage of PPE is the biggest issue right now for hospitals and healthcare workers around the county, an AAMC official said.
The coronavirus outbreak has providers imploring Congress and CMS to waive financial penalties and relax deadlines for alternative payment models.
Yet another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic may be the clinical training that’s so essential for America’s future nurses and doctors.
Hospital groups are imploring Congress to halt the 2% sequester cut to Medicare in the next coronavirus response legislative package.
Eighty-five percent of healthcare facilities have used locum tenens in the past year to fill gaps caused by a shortage of physicians.
Star ratings on federal hospital rating website Hospital Compare have gotten another update.
We are calling for nominations to honor minority leaders in the industry who are shaping the way healthcare of the future will be delivered.
Hospital groups have filed a new lawsuit to stop CMS from cutting payments to off-campus outpatient clinics this year.