Contrary to congressional intent, CMS’ interim final rule gives leverage to health plans at the expense of patients and providers.
Hospital emergency departments are sentinels for signs of trouble in healthcare: all signs warn of major challenges in children’s behavioral health.
Just as our nation’s roads and bridges have aged, so too have our hospitals and health systems.
Hospitals would get paid in real time for care rendered, while insurers would still be able to challenge the medical necessity of any procedure.
It’s never a good time to cut state support for healthcare. This year it would be devastating.
UAlbany research provides a roadmap for New York and other states as COVID-19 vaccination ramps up.
HANYS’ 2021 economic and community benefit reports illustrate the incredible impact our hospitals and health systems have on the communities they serve – and our urgent need to support them.
The new year brings hope, optimism and a colossal amount of work.
Federal action on COVID-19 relief and healthcare priorities can’t wait until 2021.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Nov. 10 and could rule to overturn this important federal healthcare law.
Cost-cutting efforts are no match for the devastation left in the wake of COVID-19.
New York hospitals face up to $25 billion in COVID-19-related losses. They need help now.