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Apr 19 | Susan Morse
These providers predominately serve low-income and minority communities.
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Apr 16 | Susan Morse
The impact of COVID-19 is felt most severely in communities of color, yet the disparities have not been the result of the…
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Intermountain is financing a new university program that will teach practitioners to provide…
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Apr 08 | Jeff Lagasse
Getting more consumers covered means less uncompensated care for hospitals, which places…
This is our continuing coverage of the steps being taken to get every American inoculated against the coronavirus.
Apr 06 | Healthcare Finance Staff
This is our continuing coverage of the steps being taken to get every American inoculated against the coronavirus.
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Apr 02 | Jeff Lagasse
Four out of five consumers will be able to find a plan for $10 or less per month with the newly…
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Apr 01 | Susan Morse
The number of Medicare and Medicaid patients declined during the pandemic, changing the 340B hospital payer mix.
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Mar 29 | Jeff Lagasse
The group said CMS either missed its deadline or misinterpreted provider information when denying mid-build exceptions.
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Mar 24 | Jeff Lagasse
The organization says seniors, during the pandemic, increasingly relied on telehealth to safely access…
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Mar 24 | Susan Morse
The additional tax credits reduce premiums by an average of $50 per person, per month and $85 per policy, per month.

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