Healthcare cost increases have been historically low in recent years, but the publication State of Reform believes that they will soon return to double-digit rates of growth.
The increase in healthcare CEO compensation is a touchy issue, but not every top executive decides to pad an already sky-high salary with a generous raise, according to Becker's Hospital Review.
The healthcare labor market--which, like other sectors of the economy, was hit hard by the Great Recession--is near its 2007 levels again. The sector added a robust 31,000 jobs in July--including a
The National Governors Association (NGA) is asking the Obama Administration to pull back on proposed Medicaid cuts as part of a deal to raise the debt ceiling, reports The Hill's Healthwatch. Such
Standard & Poor's managing director of non-profit healthcare ratings has a generally positive outlook for healthcare facilities for the next couple of years. Martin Arrick told a packed ballroom
> The Obama Administration said it plans to end a program that provided ACA waivers, reports the New York Times. Article > Unnecessary double CT scans are commonplace at hundreds of U.S.
If there is a unifying theme for the Healthcare Financial Management Association's 2011 Annual National Institute (ANI), it could best be described as "value," according to HFMA Technical Director
The hospital industry had among its biggest fundraising success in years, receiving substantially more donations in 2010 despite trying economic times, according to a new report from the Association
It's grim times for state Medicaid programs: Thirty-three states have proposed cutting Medicaid payments to providers in fiscal 2012, according to a new survey conducted by the National Governors
Larger and specialty physician practices command--and charge more--to provide on-call services to hospitals and other provider organizations, concludes the Medical Group Management Association's