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Atrium will resolve litigation over contract provisions that blocked health insurers from promoting certain plans and services to consumers.
The Trump administration stopped action last year to update standards for accessible medical treatment within the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Health system officials addressed the Department of Justice investigation and discussed the financial outlook for its behavioral health facilities.
Authorities said the CEO of a pain clinic was allegedly involved in a scheme to illegally distribute opioids and used the proceeds to buy luxury items.
The Senate Judiciary Committee wants the FTC to examine "potentially anticompetitive contracting practices between insurers and hospital systems."
The DOJ approved the $69 billion CVS-Aetna merger on Wednesday after Aetna agreed to sell off its Part D business, and other physician practice news.
A health system that is part of hospital giant Community Health Systems will pay more than $262 million to resolve criminal charges and civil claims.
Drug rebates negotiated by pharmacy benefit managers are a popular topic for politicians. But CVS CEO Larry Merlo doesn't see either going away soon.
A pain-management physician from Maryland and a Detroit-area podiatrist have been sentenced to prison in two separate cases of healthcare fraud and more news.
The Senate will vote on its opioid crisis response legislation, plus more health headlines from around the web.