Fred Schulte, Kaiser Health News

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Name: Fred Schulte, Kaiser Health News
Date registered: November 29, 2017
URL: https://khn.org

Latest posts

  1. How A Company Misappropriated Native American Culture To Sell Health Insurance — May 20, 2020
  2. As Coronavirus Strikes, Crucial Data In Electronic Health Records Hard To Harvest — April 30, 2020
  3. Coronavirus Fuels Explosive Growth In Telehealth ― And Concern About Fraud — April 22, 2020
  4. Pandemic Delays Federal Probe Into Medicare Advantage Health Plans — April 8, 2020
  5. Some States Are Reporting Incomplete COVID-19 Results, Blurring The Full Picture — March 25, 2020

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How A Company Misappropriated Native American Culture To Sell Health Insurance

Maine investigators find one patient’s saga with O’NA HealthCare offers a cautionary tale for anyone looking for cut-rate coverage online.

As Coronavirus Strikes, Crucial Data In Electronic Health Records Hard To Harvest

The U.S. government spent $36 billion computerizing health records, yet they’re of limited help in the COVID-19 crisis.

Coronavirus Fuels Explosive Growth In Telehealth ― And Concern About Fraud

“Unscrupulous providers” could take advantage of the boom in treatment delivered via voice or video calls.

Pandemic Delays Federal Probe Into Medicare Advantage Health Plans

Government officials want to focus on fighting COVID-19 instead of recouping overcharges that run into the millions.

Some States Are Reporting Incomplete COVID-19 Results, Blurring The Full Picture

Maryland, Ohio and others are reporting only positive tests, which skews tracking and an understanding of how the virus spreads.

Whistleblower Alleges Medicare Fraud At Iconic Seattle-Based Health Plan

A lawsuit against Group Health surfaces as the White House promotes Medicare Advantage for seniors.

KHN Files Lawsuit To Force Feds To Disclose Medicare Advantage Audits

The Freedom of Information Act lawsuit could spur the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to release audits that document up to $650 million in overcharges.

Federal Suit Alleges ‘Staggering’ Urine Drug Testing Fraud At Tennessee Pain Clinics

Tennessee company’s Medicare billings for urine tests were examined by Kaiser Health News in 2017.

Feds Want To Show Health Care Costs On Your Phone, But That Could Take Years

Giving consumers more knowledge about the costs of care has long been desired, but administration officials cautioned it could take two years or more for useful data to appear in a phone app.

Pain Clinics’ Doctors Needlessly Tested Hundreds Of Urine Samples, Court Records Show

Whistleblower lawsuits accuse Tennessee chain of bilking millions from Medicare for unnecessary urine drug tests.

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