Gwinnett Medical Center's new unit dedicated to holding psychiatric patients that visit its emergency department is taking an innovative approach to a problem hospitals across the country continue to face.
Rural hospitals are worried Congress' delay in funding now-expired Medicare extenders will throw them into more financial instability as the providers face a continuing crisis of closures.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said if Congress doesn't restore disproportionate-share hospital payments by the end of the year, the state Legislature may have to convene for a special session. The state is holding onto the funds until it can determine an equitable way to distribute the money.
With more people surviving cancer, programs to help them stay healthy after treatment are growing, but are still concentrated at large, expensive academic centers.
NYC Health & Hospitals has yet to receive $380 million in DSH payments for this fiscal year that are apparently caught up in red tape. The nation's largest public health system warns the funding delay has created a "serious" financial situation.
William Brown has taken over as CEO at NYC Health & Hospitals Coney Island, replacing Anthony Rajkumar, who resigned, the health system announced Monday.
Hospitals that provided the most care to uninsured patients in New York City received the least in state reimbursements for providing such care, new research shows.
The New York mayor's turnaround plan for the public health system relies on uncertain government payments, according to a new report
The findings of the analysis, conducted for Modern Healthcare by MPA Healthcare Solutions, undermines the argument by safety net hospitals that they are automatically disadvantaged in providing quality care.
Hospitals that had the worst readmission rates prior to the Affordable Care Act improved the most, the authors found.
Providers are asking the CMS to withdraw a rule that would block billions in supplemental funding that helps safety net and Medicaid providers care for their poorest patients..
Industry lobbyists are putting the pressure on Congress to use the lame-duck session to pass a law that would take into consideration the challenges faced by hospitals that predominantly treat low-income patients.