More than 420 independent oncology clinics have closed and nearly 660 have been acquired by hospitals in the last decade. Community oncologists blame Medicare Part B payment cuts and 340B program growth.
Michigan will require mental health agencies participating in pilots testing integration of Medicaid behavioral and physical health to contract with one statewide public behavioral health organization.
The two companies intend to pair data generated from Fitbit wearables with clinical data, hoping the combination will give providers a more complete picture of patients' health.
A federal judge dismissed physician staffing firm Envision Healthcare's lawsuit against UnitedHealth Group over a payment dispute, saying it belongs in arbitration.
Molina Healthcare rounded out the first quarter of 2018 with net income of $107 million, up from $77 million, and following quarters of steep losses.
A top hospital executive is ready to do a deal with auto insurance companies to rein in how much hospitals charge auto accident victims if the carriers agree to dollar-for-dollar cuts in drivers' no-fault insurance premiums.
Cleveland Clinic, MetroHealth and University Hospitals raised concerns that Ohio's proposed work requirements for the Medicaid expansion population could harm access, care delivery and reimbursement.
While telehealth provider American Well has focused mostly on the outpatient market, its acquisition of acute-care telemedicine firm Avizia will boost its presence in hospitals.
Maine patient advocacy groups and community health centers sued the state over failing to file its plan triggering Medicaid expansion, violating a 2017 ballot measure approved by voters.
The integrated health system will connect consumers and providers through 50 programs to increase access in remote areas, ease overcrowding in emergency rooms and improve stroke and mental health treatment.
Bill Gates pushes for a universal flu vaccine, drugmakers complain about opioid taxation bills and some journalists rush to defend Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
Recent big swings in stock prices have some—but not all—health system finance executives rejiggering their investments ahead of a possible down market in stocks and bonds.