Topic: Inpatient rehabilitation centers
Atlantic Health System's new approach to care for patients after hip and knee replacement surgery has led to cost savings.
A new government report claims that Medicare overpaid Rush University Medical Center by $10.2 million, and the agency wants the money back.
Medicare inappropriately paid acute care hospitals for outpatient services they provided to patients who were inpatients at other facilities. Now it wants the money back.
An MIT study suggests hospitals get more bang for their buck when they spend money on emergency care versus long-term care.
Medicare is bumping payments to hospices, rehab hospitals and skilled nursing facilities by nearly $2 billion for fiscal 2017.