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Gov. Ned Lamont's proposed 2020 budget would cut costs by making some state-operated mental health and substance abuse programs private.
The National Labor Relations Board will look into an ongoing spat between Kaiser Permanente and a union representing 85,000 of its workers.
The decision could have significant implications for workers at public health systems.
A joint letter urges HHS to close a loophole insurers claim leads to inappropriate steering of dialysis patients toward commercial policies.
Tenet Healthcare-owned Abrazo Maryvale Hospital in Phoenix closed permanently on Monday and other healthcare news.
A group of nurses, doctors and healthcare workers met with members of Congress Tuesday and urged them to put a program in place that will protect their patients before any action is taken to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
A new rule in California will require hospitals and other health facilities to protect employees from abuse with violence prevention protocols--and the regulation is a model that could spread to other states.
Healthcare has some of the highest CEO pay growth of any industry and it shows no signs of slowing down.
Experts are concerned that a hospital finance measure on the ballot in California this year is too convoluted for voters to follow, according to Kaiser Health News.
A labor-backed ballot proposition that would have capped the salaries of hospital chief executive officers in California has been pulled from the November ballot.