CMS plans new designation of ‘Rural Emergency Hospitals’

July 1st 2022

The Biden administration is touting it as a lifeline to help save smaller providers. More than 130 rural hospitals have shut their doors since 2010.

Supreme Court ruling on EPA authority carries ramifications for public health

July 1st 2022

The American Medical Association said the court’s decision improperly curbs efforts to fight climate change and harms the public. More broadly, some suggest it could limit the scope of all federal agencies.

Hospitals and health companies vow to reach Biden’s goal to cut emissions. See who took the pledge.

July 1st 2022

More than 60 hospitals and health groups said they would strive to reach the Biden administration’s target of reducing emissions by 50% by 2030.

Donna Shalala talks about COVID-19, telehealth, abortion rights, and leadership

June 30th 2022

The former health and human services secretary offered lessons for healthcare leaders in a forum with Kevin Sowers, president of the Johns Hopkins Health System.

Federally Qualified Health Centers battling issues with staffing, digital technology

June 30th 2022

A survey of executives find recruiting and retention are top challenges, along with improving the patient experience and expanding digital health options.