Topic: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
The U.S. uninsured rate saw its first year-to-year increase in nearly a decade.
Home health agencies say CMS is punishing the entire industry for a few bad apples in its new payment rule.
Nearly half of all newborns admitted to U.S. NICUs are of normal birth weight, and a new study links this increase to the robust expansion of NICUs.
White patients are more likely to be transported to the closest emergency department than their black or Hispanic counterparts.
CMS' authority to revamp the Stark law likely won't go far enough to satisfy industry's demands, several experts say.
Medicare Part D paid $160 million for drugs that should have been covered by hospice organizations, an audit found.
Aetna and Centene's Medicaid managed care plans charge that Louisiana's selection process for 2020 bids was flawed.
Medical devices and other healthcare technologies are forced to languish when they are authorized for sale by the FDA but not covered by Medicare.
Hospital giant Community Health Systems is facing a class-action lawsuit after a judge certified the case late last month.
CMS report found that 2.5 million unsubsidized customers dropped from the Affordable Care Act exchanges from 2016 to 2018.