Keyword: Federation of American Hospitals
Healthcare organizations—and two Republican attorneys general—are calling on the courts to protect the Affordable Care Act.
Healthcare and health IT organizations are asking CMS and ONC for more time to comment on new interoperability rules, and more health IT news.
The Affordable Care Act is having a pretty turbulent ninth birthday as the Trump administration and House Democrats duel over its future.
Surprise bills could shape up to be a contentious issue in healthcare.
A Medicare public option proposal could cost U.S. hospitals nearly $800 billion over a 10-year period, hospital organizations said on Tuesday.
Progressive Democrats have unveiled a new “Medicare for all” plan—but what exactly does that moniker mean? Well, it depends on who you ask.
A collection of major hospital groups indicated they want a hand in shaping the conversation around "surprise billing."
The Medicare at 50 Act, introduced earlier this week, is already getting pushback from healthcare organizations.
Leading hospital organizations including the AHA and FAH outlined an agenda for advancing interoperability and data sharing in the coming years.
Rising drug prices and shortages are forcing some hospitals to cut staff or services, according to a new report.