Topic: Uncompensated Care
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) challenges a report that spending on hospital emergency room fees is increasing.
A median 350-bed hospital would have lost $3.5 million to increased denial write-offs from healthcare payers over the past four years, according to a new report.
Since Iowa's retroactive coverage elimination waiver got the green light from CMS, other states may follow in its footsteps.
While healthcare providers have largely adapted to increased demand for care under the ACA, coverage gaps persist, according to a new report.
Will CHIP be reauthorized in time to take hospitals off the hook for unpaid medical bills?
In addition to damaging to homes and businesses, Hurricane Harvey could lead to significant financial losses for some hospitals and health systems.
A new Medicare final rule will change the way the agency reimburses hospitals for uncompensated care.
Violence inside and outside of hospitals costs providers billions each year in uncompensated care, security spending and more.
Hospitals are bracing for a possible rise in uncompensated care costs if President Trump ends cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers.
Healthcare executives are watching Washington closely to see what’s next—and what role they can play in future debates.