Topic: Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
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.
Two recent studies highlighted by JAMA Internal Medicine drilled down into the possible effects of Medicaid work requirements if applied nationally.
Medicare-related provisions in the law contain tremendous potential, but ensuring their proper implementation will require some work.
The Office of Inspector General examined the accuracy of data in the Open Payments website. Here's what it found.
The Detroit-area health system was accused of Stark Law violations involving payments to eight physicians.
The votes follow contentious debates in committee last week. Plus, doctors are tepid about changes to the Medicare physician fee schedule.
A recent Duke-Margolis paper highlights models that focus on "high-touch" services, which can improve satisfaction while lowering costs.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar was speaking Monday at the 340B Coalition Summer Conference in D.C.
GW Pharma believes it will be able to begin marketing its drug by this fall and other healthcare news from around the web.