The health system announced it is unifying its two-pronged organization structure and separating the titles of president and CEO, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, Missouri, and New York.
Nearly 40 hospitals on Friday filed a lawsuit against HHS claiming that HHS Secretary Alex Azar overstepped his authority when he finalized a site-neutral payment policy that cuts Medicare payment rates for off-campus hospital facilities.
A group of 37 specialists from 16 countries have published in The Lancet what they consider to be the "ideal diet" for the health of both people and the planet—and it includes cutting meat consumption by half and doubling consumption of fruits, nuts, and vegetables.
As the number of overdoses in public spaces continues to rise, physicians such as Jessie Gaeta are treating patients far outside the traditional exam room—including in bathrooms and on the streets, Felice Freyer reports for the Boston Globe.
President Trump during a roundtable at the White House on Wednesday said his administration will "stop" surprise medical bills. Advisory Board's Robin Brand says that his comments show that hospitals and health systems can no longer ignore the issue—and offers four questions they should be asking.
For decades, researchers have been working to train the immune system to accept new organs and wean transplant patients off of the harmful anti-rejection drugs they currently must take for life—and now they may be getting close.
The share of U.S. adults without health insurance rose by 1.5 percentage points in 2018, reaching the highest level since the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) coverage expansions took effect in 2014, according to a Gallup National Health and Well-Being Index poll released Wednesday.
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