Smorse

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Name: smorse
Date registered: May 27, 2015
URL: http://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/content-feed/news

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  1. California in violaton for requiring insurers to offer abortion coverage — January 24, 2020
  2. Blue Cross Blue Shield organizations and Civica Rx partner on lower cost generic drugs — January 23, 2020
  3. Mergers in 2020 expected to be more strategic than financial in nature — January 23, 2020
  4. UPDATE: World Health Organization again decides against declaring a global emergency over coronavirus — January 22, 2020
  5. Supreme Court declines to fast-track Affordable Care Act review — January 21, 2020

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California in violaton for requiring insurers to offer abortion coverage

Violation comes with threat of withholding federal funding for non-compliance.

Blue Cross Blue Shield organizations and Civica Rx partner on lower cost generic drugs

The 18 BCBS companies will provide $55 million to help create a Civica subsidiary focused on generic medications outside of the hospital setting.

Mergers in 2020 expected to be more strategic than financial in nature

The hospital-to-hospital merger or partnership is about complementary resources put together for the benefit of both, according to KaufmanHall report.

UPDATE: World Health Organization again decides against declaring a global emergency over coronavirus

For providers, travel history is key to determine whether to test for the virus in which symptoms can mirror that of the flu.

Supreme Court declines to fast-track Affordable Care Act review

The Justices denied a motion by Democratic-led states and supported by insurers and hospitals to review an appeals court decision this term.

MedPAC suggests making Medicare Advantage bonuses budget neutral

UnitedHealthcare reported its strongest enrollment ever for Medicare Advantage plans in 2020.

Mergers slowed in 2018 as hospitals turn to deals more strategic than financial in nature

Organizations continuing their M&A approach will be those implementing a continuum of care strategy and establishing acute sites of care, according to Ponder study.

Kate Goodrich, CMO for CMS, is leaving job for Humana

Among her duties at CMS, Goodrich has been responsible for the value-based incentives programs and developing collaborations with other stakeholders.

AHIP, hospitals ask Supreme Court to expedite review of ACA decision

Valuable reforms designed to improve healthcare and lower cost hang in limbo, AHA says.

Study sheds light on executive pay in healthcare industry

Compensation for CEOs ranged from $274,300 to $1.4 million, depending on the size of the hospital.

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