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Editorial: More doom and gloom from the CMS

Editorial: More doom and gloom from the CMS

February 21, 2019

Over the past decade, CMS actuaries have consistently overestimated future healthcare spending. They failed to foresee the great moderation that in fact took place.

Thousands could lose Medicaid coverage in Louisiana

By Associated Press  |  February 21, 2019

Louisiana's health department has notified tens of thousands of Medicaid recipients that they could be booted from the program, after a newly used computer check found they earn too much money to receive the taxpayer-financed health coverage.

Whistle-blower accuses HCA of fraudulent billing practices

Whistle-blower accuses HCA of fraudulent billing practices

February 21, 2019

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.

CVS' bottom line sags after Aetna takeover

CVS' bottom line sags after Aetna takeover

February 20, 2019

CVS Health reported higher revenue but a net loss in the fourth-quarter—the first period for reporting some contribution from its newly acquired health insurer Aetna.

House lawmakers to investigate measles outbreak

House lawmakers to investigate measles outbreak

February 20, 2019

A key congressional health committee will launch an investigation into the measles outbreak next week, as FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb warns federal action may be required because of lax state vaccination laws.

CHS shrinks loss in fourth quarter

CHS shrinks loss in fourth quarter

February 20, 2019

Community Health Systems reported a $328 million loss in fourth quarter,, which compares favorably with the year-earlier quarterly loss of $2 billion.

Report: 85% of Tennessee maternal deaths preventable

Report: 85% of Tennessee maternal deaths preventable

By Associated Press  |  February 19, 2019

An overwhelming majority of all Tennessee's maternity deaths in 2017 could have been prevented, according to a new report released Tuesday that was commissioned to address the state's high maternal deaths.


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