Christopher Cheney is the senior finance editor at HealthLeaders Media.
Recommendations from the National Council for Behavioral Health include payment reform, workforce expansion, training reforms, and more widespread use of telemedicine.
John Muir Health launched an innovation initiative, added beer, and exceeded its first-year revenue goal.
CMS has put on hold the rollout of three new cardiac episodes of care and the addition of hip fractures to the Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement bundled-payment program.
The CEO of a community hospital in NH warns of dire consequences if coverage gains achieved through Obamacare are reversed by the American Health Care Act.
The positive effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on population health are undeniable, says the head of the Commonwealth Fund.
The Congressional Budget Office analysis of the Republican bill to replace the ACA projects that millions of people will lose health insurance coverage. Physician and hospital groups are expressing concern.
In an ominous symptom of consumerism, patients overburdened by financial obligations are constricting cash flow to providers.
The New Hampshire Insurance Department finds that the state's largest health plans are largely in compliance with state and federal law, but identified a few deficiencies.
Aiming to significantly reduce medication prices presents the president with golden opportunities and a set of daunting challenges, healthcare industry experts say.
The latest iteration of the tool maps the geographic density of specific healthcare service providers and the number of Medicare beneficiaries using those services.