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Modern Healthcare's 150 'Best Places to Work' in 2019

May 20, 2019

Modern Healthcare has released its unranked list of the "Best Places to Work in Healthcare" for 2019, which recognizes U.S. health care providers, insurers, and suppliers.

CMS postpones CAR T-cell therapy coverage decision

May 20, 2019

CMS on Friday announced it is postponing a final policy decision that will outline how Medicare will cover CAR T-cell immunotherapies nationwide.

5 states sue CMS over home health union rule

May 20, 2019

Nine home health workers, five states, and two unions have filed a lawsuit against CMS, arguing that a final rule that bars the use of Medicaid payments for home health worker union is illegal.

The hardest thing about being a nurse. (Hint: It's not the blood and needles.)

May 20, 2019

Many people imagine that the hardest thing about nursing must be dealing with "vomit or needles or blood," but the reality is very different, according to Andrea Pellerin, a registered nurse at Covenant HealthCare in Michigan.

Inside CMS' rule to bolster drug price transparency in Medicare Part D, MA plans

May 17, 2019

CMS on Thursday released a final rule aimed at reducing out-of-pocket drug costs for beneficiaries enrolled in Medicare Part D and Medicare Advantage plans by increasing price transparency.

Which new doctors are most in demand? See the answer, charted.

May 17, 2019

New physicians are in high demand, with many final-year residents and fellows receiving at least 100 job solicitations, according to a survey released Tuesday by national physician search firm Merritt Hawkins.

'Weighing my daughter's life': Why one family rushed their 2-year-old to the ED—but never set foot inside.

May 17, 2019

Lindsay Clark took her 2-year-old daughter to an emergency department (ED) after the toddler accidentally swallowed an anti-nausea medication, but rather than going inside, Clark chose to wait in the parking lot to see whether the child's health would worsen—which is a surprisingly common, if risky, strategy that some families use to avoid high and unpredictable ED bills.

Why Walmart is steering its employees to a shortlist of 'high-quality' imaging centers

May 17, 2019

Upon learning that roughly half of employees who went to specialized hospitals for back surgery did not actually need surgery, Walmart has started encouraging its workers to go to high-quality imaging centers to ensure better, more accurate scans.

Leapfrog grades 2,619 hospitals 'A' to 'F'

May 16, 2019

The Leapfrog Group on Wednesday released its Spring Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades, giving about one-third of hospitals an "A" and more than 40% of hospitals a "C" or lower.

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