The Medicaid Transformation Project, which AVIA and Andy Slavitt launched earlier this year, has gained seven new members.

The Trump administration's proposed public charge rule could affect the health status of 350,000 patients at the country's largest public hospital.

Healthcare spending slowed for the second consecutive year, largely due to lower utilization of services.

The Department of Health and Human Services has named a new adviser to oversee its drug pricing initiatives. 

Most executives want to improve their relationship with customers. Few are confident they can do it.

New reports from two top rating agencies offer a gloomy outlook for nonprofit hospitals in 2019. But here's why the sector is still pretty stable.

The federal government brought in 30% less in fraud recoveries in 2018, but corporate integrity agreements could be serving as a deterrent.

The OIG also found that beneficiaries spent $8.7 million in unnecessary deductibles and coinsurance from 2015-2017.

Seniors in western Pennsylvania are stuck in the middle of the breakup between the region's largest health provider and its largest insurer.

One of the nation's largest PBMs is shaking up its payment model by building in "net cost predictability."