The Children's Health Insurance Program funding fight shows no sign of ending as next week's spending deadline looms, and states and hospitals are mounting increasingly urgent pleas for action.
HHS' Office of Inspector General said the CMS must work on ways to provide technical assistance to clinicians for MACRA participation and create a more robust integrity program.
California, flush with cash from an expanding economy, would eventually spend $1 billion a year to provide healthcare to immigrants living in the state illegally under a proposal announced Wednesday by Democratic lawmakers.
Committee calls for creating a 'care continuum' to meet unmet needs of patients with serious mental illness
A new government report finds the health system provides little in the way of clinical or social supports for those with serious mental illness.
The health system will invest more than $6 million to initiatives that will help identify the most effective strategies to provide patients with greater access to affordable housing.
Hospitals would benefit from changes to the VA Choice program under a bill being discussed in the House.
Health insurer and consumer advocacy groups on Thursday pressed state regulators to protect consumers against the expansion of short-term plans, association health plans and health reimbursement arrangements that the groups said could harm the individual market.
DaVita Rx, the pharmacy services unit of kidney dialysis giant DaVita, will pay $63.7 million to settle allegations that it presented false claims to the federal government for prescription medications, and that it provided unlawful financial incentives to Medicare beneficiaries.
Between 2011 and 2016, the Veterans Affairs Department spent $1.1 billion on efforts that are seemingly for naught, as the agency is set to replace its existing systems with an EHR made by Cerner.