The system, called TennCare Connect, is designed to process Medicaid applications over the phone or online, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Michigan, Tennessee, and Washington.
Many people fall into one of two categories: "chronically passive" or "aggressive." But with time and practice you can master the important third category: being assertive, Catherine Saint Louis reports for the New York Times. Saint Louis outlines seven tips psychologists and other behavioral experts have identified to stand up for oneself, without being an aggressor.
Three advocacy groups on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration for approving a Medicaid waiver in New Hampshire that allows the state to eliminate retroactive Medicaid coverage and impose work requirements on certain beneficiaries.
Around 11% of U.S. adults skipped doses of their medications in order to reduce their prescription drug costs, including just over one-third of uninsured adults, according to a data brief from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics.
Cybercriminals are finding clever new ways to trick health care stakeholders into downloading malware or disclosing confidential information, according to Advisory Board's Allyson Vicars. Here's how hackers are trying to fool you—and three ways your organization can can build a "human firewall" against phishing attacks.
Here's how the case of Claudia Knafo helped inspire a groundbreaking New York law to prevent "surprise" medical bills—and why the law still might not have protected Knafo from her unexpected, six-figure medical bill, according to Vox's Sarah Kliff.
Hospitals around the country are testing out virtual reality headsets as a way to reduce women's pain during labor, and early research suggests the technology might be effective, Andrea Peterson reports for the Wall Street Journal.
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