Employers have not responded to the ACA's mandates in the ways critics predicted, according to a new report.

HHS reduced the reach of its bundled payment models last November; some, it stopped entirely. Now, the agency is ready to create new, additional ones.

A proposed rule released by CMS on Thursday would reform network adequacy requirements for Medicaid manage care plans to include telehealth.

The midterm elections' major implication for the healthcare industry? Some much-needed predictability. 

The agency wants to prevent Medicare beneficiaries from accidentally enrolling in exchange plans and separate premium payments for abortions.

To make its documentation system smarter, Hawaii Pacific Health hospitals decided to enlist front-line staff in a battle against “stupid stuff.”

A new final rule allows employers to claim "moral objections" to birth control coverage, an issue that has brought prior legal challenges.

Health IT might be on the back burner during the election season, but HIMSS and CHIME see opportunities to address key issues with new legislators.

Maine voters elected to reject a proposal to institute a universal home care program in the state. 

Massachusetts residents have voted against a ballot initiative that would set limits on the number of patients assigned to a nurse.