The U.S. Justice Department dumped its lawsuit accusing UnitedHealth Group and affiliated health plans of exaggerating how sick its patients were to score millions of dollars in inflated Medicare Advantage payments.
Legal experts say 19 state attorneys general face an uphill battle to convince a federal judge that the Trump administration is legally obligated to fund cost-sharing subsidies to insurers.
The CMS has approved Kansas' waiver request to put most of its Medicaid population on managed-care plans, but the state will have to address issues that prevented the Obama administration from signing off on the plan.
The rulings said home health aides who don't live full time with their clients should be paid for every hour of a 24-hour shift.
Some hospitals in northeast Ohio are adding attorneys to their care teams through medical-legal partnerships, or MLPs.
Microsoft blames North Korean for WannaCry cyberattack, states sue Trump over insurance subsidies, and the flu shot depends on herd immunity.
Attorneys general in 19 states have filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump over his decision to stop payments that lower health insurance deductibles and co-pays for millions of Americans with modest incomes.
Talk to members of the 2017 class of Up & Comers and one common trait will come through loud and clear: a deeply rooted desire to improve patients' lives. The 15 members of this year's class are focused on putting patients at the center of the delivery system.
Mainland healthcare providers are leading relief efforts in Puerto Rico as the public health situation threatens to become increasingly more hazardous.
A push by the Trump administration to decrease the number of undocumented people in the U.S. could stop illegal immigrant parents from enrolling their American children into healthcare coverage.
On Oct. 17 the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee will hear testimony from officials representing big pharma, generic drug manufacturers and pharmacists in an attempt to understand prescription drug costs.
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore has implemented an electronic tool in its EHR that assists nurses with the triage of patients in the emergency department.