A J.D. Power study found overall satisfaction with commercial health plans fell, with sicker members less likely to receive outreach and care coordination.
Denver Health — the largest provider of care for uninsured people in the city — has struggled with rising costs and a surge in sicker patients.
The nonprofit giant formed in December barely made it into the black, after revenue of $7.54 billion squeaked past expenses of $7.53 billion.
An improvement in volumes for the health system, especially outpatient surgeries and emergency room visits, didn’t outpace growing expenses, which increased by $804 million year over year in the nine month period.
People in some states could lose postpartum coverage 60 days after giving birth, even though health risks from pregnancy can continue for months, according to a new report from KFF.
Healthcare provisions of the debt limit deal: COVID-19 funding clawbacks, no Medicaid work requirements
Congressional Republicans and the White House reached a deal over the weekend to raise the debt ceiling that includes healthcare policy wins for both sides of the aisle.
Although hampered by a 7% increase in inflation, advanced practice providers saw the biggest change in median total pay compared to pre-pandemic levels.
Just 21% of CVS’ MA members are currently in plans with a star rating of at least four, down from 87% at the end of 2021, the payer disclosed.
The cuts, affecting more than 500 employees, come as the pharmacy chain expands in consumer-focused care delivery.
Netskope’s Damian Chung outlines how healthcare organizations can avoid cyber risks when executing acquisitions or partnerships.