Topic: Administrative costs
The Trump administration announced it would allow Medicare Advantage plans to use step therapy. Here's what that means for MA plans and Part B meds.
A new study reveals that inpatient psychiatric facilities are spending vast amounts of their budgets to comply with CMS regulations.
As the debate around a “Medicare for all” approach continues to heat up, a new report warns that name doesn’t necessarily fit the plan.
The Rush System for Health—an academic health system including Rush University Medical Center—and Swedish Covenant Health are reportedly eyeing a deal.
The Florida-based hospital and nursing home chain filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in November.
You might have guessed it. Paperwork and administrative burdens is the number one issue that frustrates doctors, according to a new poll.
The acquisition of PokitDok bolsters Change Healthcare's blockchain focus as payers and providers have shown an interest in the technology.
Cost control is now healthcare system CEOs’ number one priority. Here are three ways your facility can “invest” in cost control.
Trump says pre-existing conditions are safe, contradicting a position the DOJ took in declining to defend an ACA repeal case.
CMS issued a proposed rule on Monday that would eliminate or update a slew of regulations deemed “unnecessary, obsolete or excessively burdensome.”