The Opelousas General Health System Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of Lance Armentor, a native of Lake Charles, Louisiana, as the new President and Chief Executive Officer of OGHS ...
Nathan Vooys, who served for the last three years as the chief executive officer of StoneSprings Hospital Center in Dulles, was named the new CEO at Reston Hospital Center. He will begin serving in ...
A new report from the Biden Administration showed that in over 80% of payment disputes, the arbiter settled on an amount that was more than the median in-network rate for that service.
Nebraska lawmakers approved a measure intended to help critical-care access hospitals meet financial challenges posed by low Medicaid reimbursements.
Judge Trevor McFadden of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia issued a decision holding that CMS miscalculated the Medicare reimbursement owed to five plaintiff hospitals for ...
New Jersey has embraced the Family Connects model, now in use in communities across 19 states, as a way to reduce its high rate of maternal mortality and boost the health of mothers and babies.
A new study on COVID-19 vaccines that looked at nearly 100 million vaccinated individuals affirmed the vaccines' previously observed links to increased risks for certain adverse effects including ...
Jeanes Nurses United delivered a strike petition to Temple Health on Feb. 14, which more than 96% of its members signed, asking for better working conditions and a 'fair contract.' ...
HCA Healthcare reported solid financial performance in the fourth quarter of 2023, driven by strong demand for services across their portfolio of markets, facilities, and service lines.
SCAN Group and CareOregon have abandoned their plans to combine in the face of regulatory pressure and outside criticism. The proposed merger, which the health insurers announced in December 2022, was ...
John K. Lloyd, the former co-CEO of Hackensack Meridian Health and an instrumental figure in its development, died Feb. 13 at age 77.
The proposal comes in a new bill, SB181, from Sen. Luz Escamilla. And it could support more than 1,000 Indigenous residents in getting the care they want and need.