Christopher Cheney is the senior finance editor at HealthLeaders Media.
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Research released today shows that hospitals acquired in an M&A deal often struggle to generate financial gains from economies of scale in the first two years after the transaction.
Critics call the three-day inpatient stay requirement for patients to qualify for Medicare coverage at a skilled nursing facility archaic, irrelevant, and a threat to patient safety.
An analysis of Virginia insurance claims indicates there are practical opportunities to slash billions of dollars in wasteful healthcare spending nationwide, researchers say.
With Medicare and other payers shifting to value-based-care business models, rural doctors face a fundamentally changing marketplace, a pair of rural healthcare leaders says.
This week's anticipated Senate vote on a repeal-and-replace plan for the Affordable Care Act is likely the GOP's last chance to enact healthcare reform this year.
Dozens of hospital patients who were evacuated from the U.S. Virgin Islands have received care in Puerto Rico that is reimbursable under a federal program.
The Cleveland-based health system has set ambitious multi-year goals for making changes across its clinical, physical, and operational initiatives.
Hospital expectations remain low for financial performance in the first year of the mandatory bundled-payments program for hip and knee replacements.