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Dennis Matheis will assume his new role Sept. 1 with the nonprofit system that operates 12 acute care hospitals across Virginia and North Carolina and a health plan with over 800,000 members.
The highest court on Friday upheld HHS’ method of calculating Medicare payments to hospitals serving a high proportion of low-income patients, rebutting hospitals’ efforts to recoup potentially billions of dollars from the program.
Private equity and corporate funding remains available and is driving competition for assets, especially for physician medical groups, home health organizations and long-term care facilities.
The confusion in Michigan underscores the complexities health systems and providers face as access to abortion will now be decided by each state.
Optum says roughly 13 billion clinical lab tests are performed each year and 30% are unnecessary.
As patient utilization of home dialysis grows, the nephrology community must focus on breaking down psychosocial barriers to ensure long-term success.
Medical associations representing physicians voiced their support for the legislation and have recently strengthened their messaging on gun reform following mass shootings.
Through the waiver granted by the CMS on Thursday, Colorado can use federal funds to set up a government-run health plan, a long-held progressive healthcare goal.
As it currently stands, 26 states are deemed certain or likely to end abortion rights, making abortion effectively illegal in half of the country, according to the Guttmacher Institute.
‘Chaos’ from state abortion bans going into effect will have legal, criminal implications for providers
The effect of Friday’s opinion will be felt for providers, medical groups and hospitals across the country, including primary care doctors and emergency physicians, experts say.