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Health Law & Policy
New York Not-For-Profit Nursing Home Sales are Subject to Increased Scrutiny by the Attorney General
Due, at least in part, to the substantial increase in the number of sales of New York not-for-profit skilled nursing facilities to for-profit operators since 2015, the Charities Bureau of the New York State Attorney General is subjecting such transactions to increased scrutiny, including objecting to certain of such sales, increasing the time and cost associated with such transactions.
The federal government is pushing forward with regulatory action that it hopes will end data blocking and promote more sharing of patient information.
A new RAND study uncovers significant differences between healthcare costs paid by privately insured patients and those paid out by Medicare.
While the government shutdown doesn’t directly affect HHS, the shutdown is having profound and long-lasting effects on the U.S. healthcare system.
While we all want to predict the future so we can avoid obstacles, we cannot allow our desire for clarity to become an obstacle itself.
Managed Healthcare Executive asked experts to identify Trump’s top priorities within the plan, and how those priorities could affect managed care.
Managed Healthcare Executive asked experts to weigh in on Trump’s new blueprint to tackle drug market challenges. Here’s what they said.
Healthcare executives must understand mental health laws so they can do the right thing by their patients—and protect their bottom line.
FDA’s new guidance provides a roadmap for health executives on incorporating EHRs into clinical trials.