CMS on Wednesday announced that nearly 360,000 clinicians will participate in four of the agency's Alternative Payment Models in 2017. Advisory Board's Eric Cragun offers his perspective on the news—including how the Trump administration may change the programs.
Detroit Medical Center's "Clotbusters" team is part of an innovative new system to diagnose and treat pulmonary embolisms, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Michigan, Missouri, and Pennsylvania.
The final rule will only permit new or increased pass-through payments to hospitals, nursing homes, and physicians if states included the payments in Medicaid managed care contracts submitted by July 5, 2016.
Hospitals and public health officials in Washington, D.C., are preparing for as many as one million people to arrive in the city for Donald Trump's inauguration by reviewing emergency response plans, stocking up on supplies—and hoping for the best.
On President Obama's last full day in office, a range of health care experts—including Uwe Reinhardt, Ashish Jha, and Thomas Miller—give their takes to the Daily Briefing on how the president and his team have changed the industry.