A $542 million expansion of a Tarzana hospital and medical facility secured a key approval from a Los Angeles City Council committee Tuesday, bringing the planned construction of the project this summer closer to reality.
Weeks after announcing an affiliation with Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the University of Mississippi Medical Center is joining forces with another hospital, this time in its own state.
Republican legislators who are proposing work requirements for Minnesota’s Medicaid recipients say it would promote personal responsibility and save taxpayer dollars, but doctors and county officials who work in the system predict that people would lose needed health...
Azar outlines plans to give patients control over health data through HIT; push transparency from providers and payers; test value-based models in Medicare and Medicaid; and remove government burdens that impede the transformation.
Data gleaned from electronic health records suggests that patients diagnosed with heart failure, stroke, infertility, and kidney failure could actually be suffering from rare and undiagnosed genetic diseases.
Lt. Gov. Brad Little on Thursday said he has a better understanding of the federal government's position after being told the state's move to let companies offer health insurance plans that don't meet Affordable Care Act standards is illegal.
The commission wants Congress to adopt a Voluntary Value Program that eases the administrative burden on clinicians, and provides a more objective assessment of the value of care delivered based on population health metrics.