Topic: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
New research from Health Affairs finds a fourfold rise in the number of deaths from opioid-related hospitalizations.
Advocacy groups have some concrete recommendations as CMS looks to refine its efforts to promote value-based care.
What being old and sick in America can mean—and how older patients can navigate the often treacherous journey through the healthcare system.
Hospitals and healthcare trade groups mostly came out in support of Alex Azar, President Trump's pick to replace Tom Price as head of HHS.
As 2017 winds to a close, it’s not too late for physicians to avoid a financial penalty for not participating in the new Medicare payment program.
An unpopular provision under the ACA that would allow an independent board to cut Medicare may end before the panel is ever established.
House Republicans have unveiled their tax reform proposal, and a number of provisions could impact providers.
In the face of the country’s opioid epidemic, drug testing has become big business.
While healthcare providers have largely adapted to increased demand for care under the ACA, coverage gaps persist, according to a new report.
More physician practices in states that expanded Medicaid had fewer uninsured patients in their patient mix in 2016 than in 2012.