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The Department of Health and Human Services has asked the Supreme Court to review a case with as much as $4 billion in Medicare payments at stake.
The University of Missouri's new approach to improving patient satisfaction also boosted employee satisfaction.
Even as the U.S. turns toward value-based care models, it continues to undervalue primary care, argues an op-ed in NEJM.
App makers are tackling everything from patient care and management to back-end operations and streamlined business processes.
This year brought a deluge of mobile healthcare technology news, from research findings to regulatory changes to new payer and provider tools.
Like the hospitals below, the editorial staff at FierceHealthcare hopes everyone has a happy, healthy and safe holiday weekend.
Despite President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promises to repeal the Affordable Care Act, industry experts say value-based care initiatives will likely continue under the new White House administration.
Patients often rely on hospital ratings to decide where they should seek care, but critics have suggested that such metrics must be refined--and in a new commentary, a trio of doctors suggest one potential marker should be patient diversity.
It’s been a bad few months for the Affordable Care Act, but exchange withdrawals may illustrate ways to improve the law’s implementation, says one hospital CEO.
From Kaiser Health News: A year after paying nearly $1.5 billion to more than a third of U.S. hospitals to resolve longstanding Medicare billing disputes, the Obama administration has disclosed who got paid.