Modern Healthcare's 115th Congress on the State of Healthcare is a featured collection of commentaries from lawmakers and healthcare organization leaders.
The state Supreme Court upheld a ruling allowing certain medical centers to use charity to offset their property tax bills, a matter that drew controversy a few years ago.
California's insurance commissioner accused pharmaceutical giant AbbVie of illegally plying doctors with cash, gifts and services to prescribe Humira, tainting their relationship with patients and driving up insurance costs.
A federal appellate court rejected CliniComp's claim that Cerner Corp. was improperly granted the VA's $10 billion EHR contract.
The ONC is expected to release its long-awaited rule on data-blocking in the fall. While fall doesn't officially begin until Sept. 22, could this still be the week?
Seven healthcare industry and advocacy groups sued the Trump administration to block a rule expanding the availability of short-term plans lasting up to a year that don't comply with Affordable Care Act consumer protection rules.
Maryland's attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for efforts he says are intended to undercut the nation's healthcare law.
The FDA wants to launch a national study to analyze how well doctors understand drug advertising information before they prescribe medications, citing limited data on the issue.
A federal judge's recent decision to vacate the 2014 Medicare Advantage overpayment rule paves the way for insurers to continue upcoding to reap higher CMS payments that could cost billions of dollars, experts said.
People who have opted out of exchange coverage will not need to back up their claim for a mandate exemption with paperwork when they file their 2018 taxes, according to the CMS.
A proposal to sharply cut the 340B drug discount program drew some 1,400 comments when the Trump administration announced its plan last year. But a review of the responses found that some individuals had no memory of signing anything, much less sending their opinions about it.
Hospital groups sued HHS Secretary Alex Azar over the delay in setting the ceiling price that 340B providers have to pay drugmakers.