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With telehealth programs at home and abroad, the Charlottesville health system works to improve access to quality care.view more »
The Outpatient Prospective Payment System and Physician Fee Schedule final rules for calendar year 2019 expand damaging site-neutral payment policies and continue Medicare Part B drug payment cuts to hospitals in the 340B Drug Pricing Program.view more »
As midterm elections loom, Congress sent to the president the federal government's first comprehensive policy response to the nation's opioid crisis; a bipartisan House letter questions outpatient payment cuts; and New Hampshire senators introduced surprise billing legislation.view more »
Modeled on a program developed at essential hospital St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center, in Paterson, N.J., the Alternatives to Opioids bill is one of 25 opioid-related bills the House passed last week.view more »
In response to the request for information, the association encouraged flexibility and a focus on hospitals treating high numbers of complex patients.view more »
The rule includes additional cuts to new off-campus, provider-based departments (PBDs), as well as physician payment and quality program changes.view more »
The committees were convened at the direction of the Department of Health and Human Services and include representatives from members of America’s Essential Hospitals.view more »