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Despite a broader policy focus on substance abuse and opioid prescribing, drug diversion continues to occur within healthcare systems.
A Florida pharmacy owner has been sentenced to 15 years and order to pay back millions for submitting false reimbursement claims.
Georgia's governor gets a hospital and an insurer reach a new deal to get 650,000 patients out of limbo, plus more payer news.
A Georgia governor is hoping to pressure a hospital and an insurer to make a deal to get 650,000 beneficiaries out of limbo.
It’s the cardinal rule of managing hospitals or healthcare systems: Keep revenue-generating doctors happy. It’s always been and always will be a challenge.
CHICAGO—Your best doctors don't necessary make good leaders. But to help the physician you select to succeed, make sure you offer them support and training.
CHICAGO—When hospitals used to look for a physician to fill a leadership role, they chose the person who brought in money or who had seniority. But not today.
Catholic Health Initiatives, a large nonprofit health system based in Colorado, no longer plans to develop a “wholly owned and nationally driven” insurance business, according to The Wall Street Journal. Instead, it’s going to sell portions of the health insurance business.