Keyword: Federation of American Hospitals
Comments to a major overhaul of the Stark Law show concerns among doctor groups on the financial risk requirements to get exceptions to the law.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma pushed back on hospitals' resistance to publishing payer-negotiated prices, as now mandated by a federal rule.
Hospital groups filed a lawsuit against CMS over a rule requiring them to post payer-negotiated rates for certain services online.
Health system and provider groups lauded the Department of Health and Human Services’ proposed regulations to update the decades-old Stark Law.
Here's a look at some of the best—and worst—practices so far among the 25 largest hospitals.
The Senate voted Thursday to delay a $4 billion in planned cuts to Medicaid disproportionate share hospital payments set to go into effect in November.
Seven healthcare provider groups are appealing to congressional leaders to help slow down proposed federal interoperability rules.
While Republicans are blasting Nancy Pelosi's drug plan as socialist, hospitals and insurers are finding a lot to like.
Seven healthcare industry groups have strong concerns about ONC's proposed data blocking regulation and want the final rule delayed.
Some hospitals say they are struggling with how to meet CMS' proposal to post payer-negotiated rates online.