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April 30, 2014
CMS Releases 2015 IPPS Proposal
HFMA: Healthcare Pricing Transparency a Shared Responsibility
Can Google Glass Get Any HIPAA?
Emanuel: Although 'not a perfect law,' ACA is protecting patients
The healthcare system is so broken, it's time for doctors to strike
Opinion: Technology made healthcare expensive. Can it now control costs?
April 29, 2014
Telemedicine's Expanding Options
Health plans scramble to calculate 2015 rates
Poll: Obamacare enrollment surge didn't raise public support
Hospitals push HHS on Obamacare subsidies via charity
Report: Health exchanges' drug coverage confusing
Doctors get millions from Medicare after losing their licenses
Once opposed to ACA, now a convert
April 28, 2014
State Medical Malpractice Caps Under Fire
Payment Reforms Paying Off in Arkansas, For Now
'Tiering and steering' a contentious issue for local healthcare
In poorest states, political stigma is depressing participation in health law
Behind the scenes, much of Healthcare.gov is still under construction
Few have sought exemption from healthcare mandate that they have insurance or pay fine
Covered CA executive director says improving healthcare literacy is state's primary task
Healthcare program for New Orleans area uninsured short of money, paper says
How did America end up with this healthcare system?
Opinion: America's broken healthcare system—The role of drug, device manufacturers
April 25, 2014
Private HIX Riches Eyed in Group Coverage
Oregon to abandon Obamacare exchange
RAND: Medicare should weigh cost in coverage decisions
April 24, 2014
CMS Poised to Announce ICD-10 Implementation Date
NFP Hospitals' Revenue Growth Outpaced by Expense Growth Rate
Blum Latest Leader to Exit HHS
Southerners don't like Obamacare. They also don't want to repeal it.
Medicare's $5 billion ambulance tab signals area of abuse
Study questions Obamacare impact on canceled plans
In Seattle, insurers and hospitals complain about new rules
Wellness programs grow more popular with employers
April 23, 2014
Managed Care Contract Negotiations Morph Under PPACA
Cyberattack Drill Exposes Healthcare's Vulnerabilities
Feds Stonewall ICD-10 Summit
US official responsible for reforming Medicare is leaving post
Male MDs earn way more than females in Medicare
Business tax on Bellingham WA hospital could mean $1.2 million a year for city
Opinion: The most misused word in healthcare
April 22, 2014
CMS to Speak with ICD-10 Backers Tuesday
HIX Success Could Generate Add-On Revenue for CT
Opinion: ICD-10 delay—What's next for healthcare organizations?
Florida Blue: ACA enrollments 'exceeded expectations' but premiums may rise in 2015
Hospitals challenge observational case designation
April 21, 2014
Governor Details Healthcare Payment Reform Path in Arkansas
Clock ticking for state exchanges
Democrats confront vexing politics over the healthcare law
Healthcare spending's recent surge stirs unease
Suddenly health insurance is not for sale
Hospitals trying their hand at insurance provider business
April 17, 2014
Reform Puts Vise Grips on Physicians
Medicare Opt-Out a Viable Physician Strategy
Health insurance gains since last fall hit 12 million, survey shows
Obama to meet with healthcare leaders
Medicare kept paying indicted, sanctioned doctors
Opinion: ICD-10 delay—Politics trump health data quality
Is Obamacare a success? We might not know for a while
Hospital visits fell when seniors got drug coverage
April 16, 2014
Hospital Groups Back NQF Report on Patient Sociodemographics
NPP Demand Rising Under Value-Based Care Models
Census survey revisions mask health law effects
Hospitals sue Medicare over 'two-nights' rule
HMA posted $329 million loss in final year
FL lawmakers will re-evaluate funding model for safety net hospitals
April 15, 2014
Crisis Spurs Healthcare Payment Reform in Arkansas
Providers Lag as Consumers Set Agenda
Report projects healthcare costs to dip slightly
Medicare reversed payment cuts, and not many are happy about it
Healthcare reform unfinished, part 1: Hospitals take a hit
April 14, 2014
HIT Leaders Want Flexibility, Transparency from Next HHS Chief
ICD-10 Delay Alters Provider, Vendor Prep
Sebelius praises Obamacare, concedes rollout was botched
Opinion: Here are the biggest problems for Obamacare's next leader
Turning the tables on healthcare
Opinion: How will Boomer, Gen-X, Millennial doctors respond to healthcare changes?
Diabetics at center of healthcare battle
April 11, 2014
Payers Expect 3 Percent Medicare Advantage Payment Cut
Budget chief is Obama's choice as new health secretary
Sebelius resigns after troubles over health site
HHS: Obamacare enrollment hits 7.5M
Sebelius Resigning from HHS
April 10, 2014
CMS Makes Physician Claims Data Public
AMA Urges Caution with Medicare Doctor Data
Federal data reveals some docs getting millions from Medicare
The top 10 Medicare billers explain why they charged $121M in one year
Study finds sicklier enrollees in earliest stage of health law
Health sector's hot real estate market
April 9, 2014
Sliver of Medicare doctors get big share of payouts
Release of Medicare Physician Payment Data Imminent
Economist: Disclosing doctors' Medicare pay might be 'pretty damning'
US insurers still expect cuts in 2015 Medicare payments
An insurer bets on primary care doctors to lower costs
Blue Cross cuts back on painkiller prescriptions
What American healthcare can learn from Germany
April 8, 2014
CMS Forecasts Medicare Advantage Pay Rate Increase
Business Roundup: Tenet Wins Latest Round in SC Hospital Fight
US uninsured drops to 6-year low
AMA won't stop Medicare doc data release
CA hospitals overcharged Medicare by $367 million, audit says
Doctor appointment availability varies by insurance type
April 7, 2014
ACOs Show Uneven Progress
Medicare Advantage Program Standards Tightening
Medicaid enrollments bring Obamacare enrollment to more than 10 million
7M enrolled doesn't guarantee health law's success
Health insurance isn't a year-round thing anymore
KY jail signs up exiting inmates for health insurance
HI's trailblazing healthcare underscores disparity
April 4, 2014
Medicare Advantage Cuts Expected
Report: 5.4 million newly insured under Obamacare
Final Obamacare enrollment deadline to hit April 15
The states with the most expensive health insurance
Next steps for states, health insurance under the ACA
ICD-10 delay creates headaches
How tech giants botched Obamacare
April 3, 2014
State Battles over Medicaid Expansion Heating Up
US to let public see how Medicare pays doctors
Blue Cross group sees Obamacare premium payments at 80-85 percent
Nonprofit insurers struggle in new marketplaces
Co-op health insurance plans see early success
Healthcare players see more changes coming to Obamacare
Maryland votes to adopt health exchange software used in CT
April 2, 2014
Obama Quietly Signs SGR Patch Bill
White House: 7.1 million have signed up under ACA
Patient Volumes, Patterns Shifting
MSPB Adds Nuance to Readmission Rates
Opinion: Here's why it doesn't matter that 7M signed up for Obamacare
US insurers fear backlash over new Obamacare rate increases
Community health centers may provide services for those who remain uninsured
April 1, 2014
Senate Passes SGR Fix, Obama Likely to Sign
Payers Scramble to Set 2015 HIX Premium Rates
Healthcare.gov stumbles twice on deadline day
Obama predicts enrollment 'close' to 7 million
ICD-10: Painful to implement, painful to delay
The ACA enrollment surge, by the numbers
St. Charles Parish Hospital (LA) misspent $6 million in bond money, audit says