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California's legislature passed a bill that aims to cap dialysis provider profits to avoid a practice called patient steering.
CMS Wednesday unveiled five new payment models aimed at transforming kidney care—including one that would be required for some providers.
Kidney care company Fresenius Medical Care agreed to pay approximately $231 million to resolve bribery allegations and more healthcare headlines.
From the first female Democratic doctor in Congress to states considering Medicaid expansion, here's what we'll have our eye on Tuesday night.
California voters defeated Proposition 8, a controversial ballot proposal to cap revenue at the state's dialysis centers, at the polls on Tuesday.
Shares of dialysis companies rose sharply after California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill that would have had a major impact on their bottom line.
A recent Moody's rating action says OptumHealth will be one of the primary owners of Sound Inpatient Physicians Holdings.
Data breach inquiries from OCR and state attorneys general have increased over the last year and investigations have moved beyond informal inquiries.
The largest dialysis provider in the country has agreed to pay a $3.5 million fine for five separate breaches in 2012 that compromised data for 521 patients.
New data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services shows that accountable care organizations have reduced direct Medicare spending in 2016.