Topic: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
The Trump administration's proposed public charge rule could affect the health status of 350,000 patients at the country's largest public hospital.
GAO says the implementation of CMS' new lab fee schedule could authorize expensive unbundled lab payments
MACPAC, the commission that advises CMS, urged Arkansas to pause Medicaid disenrollments and reconsider the way it implemented work requirements.
Aurora Chicago Lakeshore Hospital is under federal and state investigation over reports that detail sexual assaults and physical abuse of children.
Uninsured adults with low incomes but who did not live in an expansion state were more likely to go without necessary healthcare than other groups.
The Government Accountability Office raised new concerns about the rate of rural hospital closures in the U.S. last week.
A new report from Moody's warned that the continuing rise of healthcare costs and an aging population could cause negative impacts across the economy.
ACOs generate savings even if they don't take on risk, but they need time to do so, healthcare consulting firm Avalere recently found.
Republicans seem unlikely to pursue healthcare reform again before the midterms and other payer headlines from around the web.
An 80-year-old doctor and his wife have been sentenced to prison for operating a Manhattan “pill mill” and more news.