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Four California hospitals want to reduce the amount of free and discounted care they’re required to provide.
Healthcare spending growth grew at a slightly faster rate in 2017, according to a new report from CMS.
A new bill aims to give health plans more flexibility to help enrollees treat and prevent chronic diseases.
Among those with employer-sponsored insurance, healthcare spending per person reached a new high of $5,407 in 2016.
Industry experts tell Health-Flash what to watch in 2018, including regulatory changes that will force healthcare leaders to rethink value-based care investments.
A median 350-bed hospital would have lost $3.5 million to increased denial write-offs from healthcare payers over the past four years, according to a new report.
New research says a significant share of U.S. adults are underinsured.
Over the last decade, more and more people covered by large employers’ health plans have found themselves facing high out-of-pocket healthcare costs.
A new research review reveals that high-deductible health plans lower costs by reducing enrollees’ use of healthcare services—including preventive care.
Premiums for employer-sponsored insurance have edged up for the sixth straight year, according to a new report.