Healthcare finance policy events for the week of Sept. 16.
Senate appropriators will vote on funding for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, among other key healthcare finance events around the country next week.
Healthcare finance policy events for the week of Sept. 2.
HFMA’s Chad Mulvany reviews why he expects more employers to follow the lead of Local 32BJ’s and state Medicaid programs and implement both episodic payment models for pregnancy and non-payment for elective, pre-term C-sections.
A review of the public charge rule, scheduled to take effect Oct. 15, and how it will impact payments to health system utilization and bottom lines.
Hospitals could lose billions of dollars nationally in Medicaid and CHIP revenue due to a new change in rules for legal immigrants.
Although it appears North Carolina is abandoning its efforts to implement Medicare reference-based pricing for state employees, it’s likely not the last time a large employer tries to use this cost-cutting measure.
CMS Administrator Seema Verma plans to address a gathering of health information data exchange advocates on Aug. 19.
The share of covered workers enrolled in high-deductible health plans (HDHPs) at large employers reached 47% in 2019.
A review of why a couple of the key changes to the CMS FY2020 IPPS Rule may not bring the desired results.