Topic: Critical Access Hospitals
Among healthcare topics addressed during the State of the Union, Trump announced an initiative aimed at ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S.
Nearly 75% of non-federal acute care hospitals routinely use fax or mail to receive summary of care records from providers outside their system.
Calling the growing problem of maternal mortality "ridiculous," Rep. Robin Kelly is seeking to rally support around legislation that would require protocols in hospitals for protecting new mothers and standardize data collection to help health officials better track the issue.
The Government Accountability Office raised new concerns about the rate of rural hospital closures in the U.S. last week.
While nonprofit health systems are doing more than ever to run efficiently, it's getting harder for them to make money.
Several hospital groups refiled a lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services over cuts to the 340B drug discount program.
Amid increased scrutiny of the 340B program, the GAO has released a report diving into the characteristics of participating hospitals.
Lawmakers grappled with how to oversee the 340B program during a hearing featuring representatives from provider groups and the GAO.
Here's how the study commissioned by the American Hospital Association and the Federation of American Hospitals reached that number.
The former CMS officials were asked what their advice would be for the current administrator.