The Trump administration in a written statement on Monday said it will continue to fund the Affordable Care Act's cost-sharing subsidies while a lawsuit challenging the payments continues, but the White House has not clearly stated its stance on the suit itself.
A new telemedicine program at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medicine has helped the hospital cut down on patient wait times in the emergency department—and other hospitals are taking notice, Sumathi Reddy reports for the Wall Street Journal.
Before FDA approved Dupixent, jointly marketed by Regeneron and Sanofi, Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer spent months collecting feedback from payers, gauging insurers' reactions to different pricing scenarios, and working with the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, which determines whether drugs are cost effective.
Nurse leaders and executives are playing an increasingly important role in the transition to value-based and patient-centered care—which means they must master a diverse new set of skills, Laurie Larson writes for Hospitals & Health Networks.
Think those unstructured, free-form interviews are helping you pick the right team? Research shows that's not the case, Jason Dana writes in the New York Times. Two Advisory Board experts lay out a better approach.
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