In an unsealed False Claims Act case in California federal court, a former Regional Medical Center nurse alleges that administrators billed ICU, medical-surgical and telemetry services on an inpatient basis when the patient was still located in the emergency department.
Mayo Clinic's investment returns swung $964 million lower into negative territory in 2018 year-over-year as the not-for-profit system weathers volatile markets.
A new Kaufman Hall survey finds hospital and health system CFOs are losing confidence that their organizations can manage the financial effects of evolving business conditions.
The Philadelphia-based academic health systems have an exclusive 90-day window to determine whether the acquisition will be a good fit. They will also evaluate the sale of Temple's interest in Health Partners Plans.
Children's National Health System and HSC Health Care System signed a letter of intent to partner. The Washington, D.C.-based pediatric providers aim to finalize the partnership next year.
Little River Healthcare, the bankrupt company that's poised to shutter two hospitals, closed a primary- and specialty-care clinic in Temple, Texas.
As dozens of patients wait in busy hospital ERs for psychiatric evaluations and inpatient bed placements, mental health experts search for solutions.
Former California Gov. Jerry Brown wanted to pare back the 340B program in his state during his tenure, but hospitals defeated his proposal in the Legislature. Now an executive order from new Gov. Gavin Newsom could overhaul the program.