Keyword: Federation of American Hospitals
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.
A federal judge has sided with hospitals in the ongoing battle over cuts to 340B drug discount payments.
Judge Reed O’Connor ruled that the individual mandate is "essential to and inseverable from the remainder of the ACA."
Anti-kickback statutes stand in the way of growing participation in value-based models, hospitals warn.
Here's how the study commissioned by the American Hospital Association and the Federation of American Hospitals reached that number.
Several insurer and provider groups, including AHIP and AHA, are coming to the defense of the Affordable Care Act in its latest legal battle.
A new coalition of industry giants says it will fight for "affordability" and "quality." But exact policy positions they support are still unknown.
The hospital industry is pushing back against a Trump administration proposal to reduce access monitoring requirements for some states.