A New Hampshire judge has denied an 84-year-old doctor's request to regain her license to practice, which she had surrendered partly over her inability to use a computer.
North Carolina health department officials temporarily took over a regional managed-care mental health agency Monday because of "serious financial mismanagement" by its leaders in the wake of state reviews criticizing its spending and executive pay.
UnitedHealth's Optum unit has launched a venture capital arm called Optum Ventures to invest in startups focused on improving healthcare delivery and consumer access.
Both versions of the Republican-led Congress' tax overhaul tinker with financing that bolsters major health research institutions, and either proposal could have a far-reaching impact on these facilities.
The Hospice Compare site has been providing inaccurate information to patients since its launch in August, and it's unclear when the issues will be addressed.
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Although the CMS says the new "meaningful measures" framework will reduce the burden on providers, some remain concerned that they would continue to struggle with reporting quality measures.
Trinity Health's first-quarter results were bolstered by a revenue increase and a focus on cost control
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Health insurers fear they will be on the hook for greater healthcare costs if the CMS finalizes its proposal to allow states to define their own essential health benefits starting in 2019.
Ahead of its move to managed care, North Carolina is seeking federal funds to pay the debt of doctors willing to work with Medicaid enrollees and boost its recruitment efforts. The state has also sought to impose work requirements and premiums on Medicaid beneficiaries.