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Californians increasingly concerned about access to mental healthcare and rising cost of care
Feb 14 | Jeff Lagasse
For the second year in a row, residents say making sure people with ...
Healthcare spending is higher over 5 years, mostly due to a rise in prices, says new report
Feb 14 | Susan Morse
Between 2014 and 2018, per-person yearly spending, for those with ...
Ransomware attacks spike, costing healthcare organizations millions
Feb 14 | Jeff Lagasse
The monetary figures at stake in each case varied wildly, ranging from $1,600 at the low end to ...
How runaway healthcare costs are a threat to older adults -- and what to do about it
Feb 13 | Jeff Lagasse
Authors call for allowing Medicare to directly negotiate drug prices with ...
CMS develops specific billing code for coronavirus test
Feb 13 | Susan Morse
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide is more than 60,000, with the 15th known person infected in ...
Coronavirus outbreak could disrupt supply for U.S. healthcare companies
Feb 13 | Jeff Lagasse
The outbreak could also ultimately increase demand for hospital services, medical products ...
Surprise billing legislation unanimously passes Ways and Means
Feb 13 | Susan Morse
Insurers should be required to maintain robust networks, or the trend towards out-of-network services ...
One in 5 operations may lead to surprise bills, even when the surgeon and hospital are in-network
Feb 12 | Jeff Lagasse
The average potential surprise bill ranged from $86 for medical ...
How analytics, SDOH insights are helping reduce ED use
Feb 12 | Jeff Lagasse
At HIMSS20, one physician association will show how data-driven care management, with prompt patient outreach, ...
American College of Physicians breaks with industry to support Medicare for All, public option
Feb 12 | Jeff Lagasse
The group said such a policy would lower administrative costs and ...

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