Topic: Disproportionate share hospitals
While Medicaid enrollment growth is slowing down, spending growth is expected to climb in the coming year.
NYC Health + Hospitals announced it will sue the state over $380 million in disproportionate share hospital payments.
The American Hospital Association is weighing in on how Congress can ease the regulatory burden on providers.
The BCRA includes changes to Medicaid that go beyond an overhaul of its financing system and repeal of the Medicaid expansion.
Though drug costs are on the rise, discounts offered through the 340B program are an unlikely factor, according to a new study.
Medicaid provisions in the American Health Care Act could significantly impact the bottom line for safety-net hospitals.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has released a new proposed rule that would adjust the 2018 Medicare payment policies for patient hospital admissions in an effort to reduce the regulatory burden on providers.
A new PwC Health Institute report suggests hospitals should reconsider their chargemasters in order to promote price transparency.
Safety-net hospitals must be savvy when it comes to revenue cycle management.
The American Hospital Association wants the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to reconsider its proposed limitations on DSH payments.