Topic: Safety-Net Hospitals
Six senators from both sides of the aisle want to include legislation in a year-end package to stop planned 340B cuts.
Three hospital groups and several individual hospitals have filed suit against HHS to prevent billions in cuts to the 340B drug discount program.
The experience of one Medicare ACO shows that the model can be adapted to meet the needs of safety-net providers and their unique patient populations.
While healthcare providers have largely adapted to increased demand for care under the ACA, coverage gaps persist, according to a new report.
Hospitals plan to fight a new CMS final rule that makes dramatic payment cuts to the 340B drug discount program.
Hospital trade groups Monday urged the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to withdraw a proposal to drastically cut Medicare drug payments.
Although most U.S. hospitals have at least a basic EHR system, critical access hospitals are far less likely to integrate advanced capabilities.
Combining primary and emergency care facilities in rural areas could be the cure for declining population health.
The AMA is one of seven medical organizations now allied with the Human Diagnosis Project aimed at virtually connecting patients with specialists.
Job satisfaction is dropping among clinicians and staff members at safety-net clinics, according to a new study.