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Colorado health legislation moving forward this session

Michael Goldberg | Feb 4, 2020 | Colorado

An update on health policy bills in Hawaii

Emily Boerger | May 7, 2018 | Hawaii

Congress Approves One-Year Delay in Physician Pay Cut and ICD-10

| Apr 2, 2014

The U.S. Senate on Monday evening approved a Medicare physician payment bill that would prevent a 24-percent cut in payments for one year. The Protecting Access to Medicare Act passed the Senate on a bipartisan 64-35 vote after passing the House last week on a voice vote. It was the seventeenth time in...[ Read More ]

OR: Legislative Task Force Hears Mental Health Providers' Reimbursement Concerns

| Mar 26, 2014 | Oregon

The Oregon Legislature’s Joint Interim Task Force on Primary and Mental Health Care Reimbursement heard from representatives of psychiatric and nurse practitioner organizations last Friday that the current methodology for reimbursing providers presents numerous barriers to providing more efficient, coordinated mental health care. The Legislature in 2013 passed House Bill...[ Read More ]

NYT Editorial: The Murky World of Hospital Prices

Erin Thurston | May 17, 2013

By The Editorial Board May 16, 2013 Last week, the federal government made public a vast trove of information on the list prices charged by hospitals for a large array of procedures commonly performed on hospitalized patients. It was a good start toward providing greater transparency in hospital billing, which...[ Read More ]