September 14, 2021 Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed the first lawsuit Tuesday to block President Joe Biden’s new vaccine requirements that could affect 100 million workers. Brnovich, who is running in a crowded Republican primary for U.S. Senate, claims Biden is illegally treating U.S. citizens and legal immigrants […]
August 24, 2021 MARI DEVEREAUX
Most private insurers are no longer waiving cost sharing for COVID-19 treatment due to the widespread availability of vaccines rendering the illness largely preventable.
August 17, 2021 MICHAEL BRADY
Nevada awarded Molina Healthcare a Medicaid managed care contract, the company announced Tuesday.
August 09, 2021 MICHAEL BRADY
Providers face growing legal risk as the Food and Drug Administration winds down emergency actions related to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
July 26, 2021
The guidance provides clarity on how disability nondiscrimination laws apply to certain people affected by COVID-19
July 21, 2021 ALEX KACIK
The American Hospital Association supports hospitals and health systems that require their workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine, the group announced Wednesday.
July 13, 2021 MICHAEL BRADY
CMS wants to make it easier for Medicare beneficiaries to use telehealth services, improve its diabetes prevention program and overhaul its Quality Payment Program, according to the proposed 2022 Medicare physician fee schedule released on Tuesday.
July 01, 2021 MICHAEL BRADY
The Biden administration on Thursday unveiled the first in a series of rules aimed at banning surprise billing.
June 21, 2021 ALEX KACIK
LifePoint Health signed a definitive agreement to acquire Kindred Healthcare, the for-profit health systems announced Monday.
June 17, 2021 JESSIE HELLMANN, MICHAEL BRADY and NONA TEPPER
The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the Affordable Care Act for the third time after Texas and several Republican-led states sought to overturn the law, saying they do not have standing to challenge the 2010 healthcare statute.