Several experts called the House GOP manifesto presented by Speaker Paul Ryan a rehash of old conservative ideas that Republicans have never seriously tried to implement.
A recently filed lawsuit alleging a faulty electronic health record system caused patient harm may be among the first in a wave of such cases, even though most experts say the latest EHR systems are better designed than older models.
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius claimed the top spot on Modern Healthcare's 2016 Healthcare Law Firms Survey, based on the number of healthcare lawyers employed in 2015. Source: Modern Healthcare's 2016 Healthcare Law Firms Survey; American Health Lawyers Association. Published June 27/July 4, 2016, page...
Dr. Andrew Gurman sat down with Modern Healthcare Managing Editor Gregg Blesch to discuss the major policy decisions made at the AMA's recently concluded annual meeting, including the group's call to end the ban on federal funding for research on gun violence.
A struggling Illinois health insurance co-op is suing the federal government, claiming it is being shortchanged $72.8 million in promised payments under the Affordable Care Act.
Two public safety net systems have sued to recover up to $20 million in Medicaid reimbursement payments. The systems allege that the funding formulas unevenly distribute reimbursement among providers.
As MACRA moves forward—it may bring a more profound, if slower, set of changes than the ACA did.
Healthcare providers looking to upgrade to the latest government-approved electronic health record systems got a signal this week that the products are in the pipeline, though they may be six or more months away from reaching the market.
New York City's public hospital system is turning over day-to-day operations of the lab at Coney Island Hospital to Northwell Health, after it failed recent state Health Department inspections, Crain's New York Business has learned.
Rosanna Morris has been named president of 1,070-bed Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich., replacing Shane Cerone, who left earlier this year to become a consultant with Van Conway and Partners.
While the U.S. government sets mandatory retirement ages for high-risk industries such as aviation and federal law enforcement, 73% of respondents to a Modern Healthcare online poll said such measures are not needed for aging physicians.