Former California Gov. Jerry Brown wanted to pare back the 340B program in his state during his tenure, but hospitals defeated his proposal in the Legislature. Now an executive order from new Gov. Gavin Newsom could overhaul the program.
Previous cuts to the DSH program brought NYC Health & Hospitals to the brink of being unable to pay its workforce on time in fall 2017. Now, it wants to change the state formula altogether.
John Couris thinks leaders in the healthcare industry should think big or go home. During his first year as CEO of Tampa (Fla.) General Hospital, the region's largest safety-net facility, Couris has given his staff implicit instructions and a road map to be No. 1.
The largest public health system in the country will relocate about 2,600 employees to 14 stories of the revamped building at 50 Water St. in Manhattan over five years.
Brightpoint Health and HRHCare have received all the needed regulatory approvals to merge, creating what they say is the largest network of federally qualified health centers in New York state.
Our InDepth Margin vs. Mission looks at a coalition of health systems, public institutions, residents and community groups in Chicago tackling social determinants of health and how riots after the death of Martin Luther King Jr. ravaged the city's West Side.
The ad is aimed at President Donald Trump and a specific proposal known as "patient definition" that has been floated in the administration's drug pricing blueprint.
For Tracy Carter, vice president of government relations at Cleveland-based MetroHealth System, protecting Medicaid is intertwined with the public health system's overall mission. In recent budget battles, her team fought off cuts that would have cost MetroHealth nearly $25 million.
New York City's massive public health system has announced a broader strategy to secure its outpatient business and revenue in the face of ongoing financial woes.
The HHS vs. providers' billion-dollar fight over Medicare will head to the Supreme Court this term.
Ochsner Health System will make improvements to the safety-net hospitals in north Louisiana under its new management deal to operate the facilities, the system's CEO said Monday as the oversight contracts were officially signed.
The troubled Indian Health Service hospital on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation has been given another week to improve care conditions or risk losing key federal funding.