HFMA's Chad Mulvany offers insight into the major issues associated with CMS’s proposed new requirement for hospitals to post negotiated rates.
A study finds that the combined cost of malpractice premiums, paid losses and self-insurance costs for acute care hospitals with a filing available ending between 2013 and 2017 declined over the five-year period.
As demonstrated by the experiences of two health systems, developing an effective post-acute care strategy requires a focus on the discharge-planning process, stakeholder engagement, and data to promote stakeholder awareness.
HFMA President and CEO Joe Fifer discusses new legislative proposals related to consumerism in the context of HFMA’s best practices.
HFMA’s Chad Mulvany provides insight on the Trump Administration’s June 24 executive order aimed at improving price and quality transparency.
HFMA Chair urges attendees “dare to move” to address challenges in healthcare finance.
Hospital and health leaders were urged by their colleagues to watch for and comment on coming rules implementing this week’s White House executive order on price transparency.
A new transparency executive order will require proposed rules within two months that could require release of negotiated hospital health plan rates.
An expected executive order on healthcare price transparency continues to change, even as its release has been delayed, say policy watchers.
Hospital executives say results of a new HFMA study are true: A range of higher-profile priorities, including simple survival, has kept their organizations from improving their cost-accounting abilities for almost a decade.