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The FDA is no longer accepting new generic-drug applications because of the government shutdown, which could prevent hospitals for scoring cheaper, generic alternatives.
The average unit price of drugs in shortage in 2016 increased 23.4%, according to a new report. One in four hospitals had to cut staff to mitigate budget pressures.
The ONC continually revises the interoperability standards advisory, a set of standards and specifications it encourages the industry to adopt in the quest for greater interoperability.
Hoping to cut out some of the inefficiencies of prior authorization, payers and providers are trying digital versions of the process.
The CMS will give Medicare ACOs that take financial risk expanded access to waivers of the three-day inpatient stay rule for coverage of skilled-nursing facility care.
Providence St. Joseph Health's venture capital arm is closing on a second $150 million healthcare fund. Providence Ventures plans to invest in 15 additional companies, bringing its total number of portfolio companies to 30.
Utah-based not-for-profit generic-drug company Civica Rx represents the frustration of the numerous hospitals that must work around persistent shortages of simple but vital drugs.
The American Hospital Association's 2019 Hospital Statistics report shows U.S. hospitals' outpatient revenue continues to inch closer to inpatient revenue, and profit continues to climb.
WellSpan Health has achieved an 85% compliance rate for CMS' sepsis treatment bundle largely because of a remote team of nurses who surveil patients' vital signs and sepsis alerts from the EHR.
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