The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled the state's certificate-of-need law needs to stay in place, The State reported.
The 25 doctors who attested to Meaningful Use in 2012 and received the most Medicare reimbursements were paid a total of $171 million, according to a personal blog post from Steven Posnack (pictured), director of federal policy division at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.
The latest delay to the ICD-10 transition will be both disruptive and costly for healthcare delivery innovation and must not last beyond a year, says a coalition of healthcare organizations, including the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives and the American Health Information Management Association.
New Hampshire's attorney general will appeal a judge's ruling that the state's hospital tax, which brings in $185 million a year, is unconstitutional to the state Supreme Court, Boston.com reported.
State Medicaid agencies that outsource administrative functions to foreign contractors could be putting personal health information at risk, warns a report from the Office of the Inspector General.
When U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius resigned last week after five years of service, I wanted to know what members of FierceHealthIT 's Editorial...
News From Around the Web > The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled Monday that Republican Gov. Nikki Haley's veto can't eradicate the state's certificate-of-need law, which regulates...
The American College of Physicians (ACP) this week released a toolkit to help improve communication and coordination between primary care and subspecialist physicians. As an observer, it's...
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services this week released new proposed fire safety standards for hospitals and other healthcare facilities.
Colorado was one of the first states to launch an accountable care-like model in 2011 to rein in Medicaid costs while improving quality of care. But other states are now following the Centennial State's lead. States across the country are either joining Medicaid ACO demonstration projects, in the middle of a pilot program or looking to start one, MedPage Today reported.