The multistate healthcare system has committed upwards of $200 million through its Thriving Communities Fund to tackle housing stability and homelessness in the communities it serves.
The 8th District Court of Appeals on Thursday affirmed a common pleas court decision to dismiss a lawsuit over the closing of Lakewood Hospital.
The change reverts to a 50/50 blended rate calculation from 2016 in an effort to stabilize rural supplier markets.
A critical access hospital and UPMC affiliate in rural northcentral Pennsylvania settles allegations arising from two self-disclosed Medicare billing irregularities.
Critics of a recent decision by MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center to close its inpatient pediatrics division and its separate children’s emergency room plan to protest at the hospital Tuesday afternoon.
If a microhospital offers emergency services, it must comply with a federal law that requires hospitals to stabilize and treat any patient who visits an emergency department.