A push by the U.S. Department of Justice to hold executives accountable for corporate misdeeds could mean an increased focus on prosecuting healthcare executives, the law firm Arent Fox warns.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration this week unveiled a new roadmap that outlines its strategic priorities through 2018. According to FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg, the plan--which includes many health IT-related goals--was in development for more than a year.
A la wsuit was filed by Mehri & Skalet attorney Jay Angoff, who used to oversee ACA implementation for HHS, claims the federal agency is not following through on its obligation to make rate filings for 2015 publicly available in time for the public to comment on them.
Meaningful Use Stage 3 requirements should be narrowed to more closely focus on interoperability, the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT's JASON Task Force recommended in a meeting Wednesday.
Insurers should look to their state regulatory officials and lawmakers for healthcare reform guidance since they're the ones who have the most power to regulate and decide uncertain issues with the Affordable Care Act, reported The Hill.
In a final guidance document published Oct. 1, by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the agency outlines measures it believes medical device manufacturers must take to ensure the safety and security of their tools in the face of growing cyberthreats.
A California ballot initiative addressing the growing problem of substance abuse among healthcare workers may have unintended consequences, according to two opinion pieces in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services identified $3.75 billion in improper payments within the Medicare Recovery Audit Contractor program, according to CMS' annual RAC report to Congress for fiscal year 2013.
Beginning today, Connecticut hospitals must tell patients when they are in observation and not actually admitted--and inform them that they may be responsible for charges incurred during their stay, according to the Greenwich Times.com.
Three additional ACOs left the Pio neer program this month, leaving just over half of the original 32 participants.