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Patients go public with bills, hospitals respond
But regulations and the rise of high-deductible plans are making a difficult job even harder.
Molina CEO, CFO fired after poor financial results
J. Mario Molina, John C. Molina will continue to serve as directors on the board.
WalletHub report names best, worst states for nurses
Wyoming showed the highest annual salary for nurses, followed by Nevada, Michigan, Texas and Arizona.
Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove stepping down
Despite recent controversies, the executive oversaw major growth at the marquee health system.
Healthcare turns to zero-interest loans
Vendors like CarePayment and Docpay help hospitals and medical practices create plans to collect, avoiding bad debt.
National Resident Matching Program touts record-setting year
NRPM attributed the increases primarily to growth in U.S. allopathic medical school seniors, students/graduates of U.S. osteopathic medical schools.
Study: MACRA may fuel physician exodus to hospital employment
Between 34-59 percent of physicians remain in practices of nine or fewer, while roughly 39 percent are employed by hospitals.
OIG says Mount Sinai owes them $42M
New York hospital owes millions for improperly billed Medicare claims in 2012 and 2013, but the recovery period may have passed.
Anthem takes Cigna merger to Supreme Court
Insurance giant is seeking a review of the 2-1 decision from the appeals court blocking its $54 billion merger with Cigna.
Aetna reports $381M loss after failed merger
Merger contract stipulated that Aetna would pay Humana a $1 billion breakup fee should the deal not go through.
NRHA reveals Top 20 Rural hospitals
The determining factors for making the list included inpatient and outpatient market share, quality, costs and outcomes.
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