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In a blog posted Wednesday on NEJM Catalyst, a group of health system researchers decided to give out grades to organizations that rate hospitals.
Hospitals signing up for bundled payment options tend to be larger and better resourced than hospitals that are not enrolling.
A Maryland cardiac practice has agreed to pay the federal government almost $400,000 to settle False Claims Act allegations of improper billing.
Under the agreement, Centene's funding would be dispersed over 10 years to the School of Medicine's Personalized Medicine Initiative.
Children’s Hospital Colorado has removed gender designation from its patient wristbands, plus more healthcare news from around the web.
CMS' decision to cancel two mandatory bundled payment programs is a step in the wrong direction for value-based care, physicians argue.
Experts provide tips for older patients to cope with the physical and mental declines associated with ER visits.
If history is any indicator, there will be lots of doctors and physician practices that take a financial hit for not participating in MIPS.
Johns Hopkins and the Oregon Health & Science University are leading an NIH-funded effort to coordinate informatics activities across the country.
While many states have legalized medical marijuana, few medical schools are teaching future doctors anything about the subject.