Jeff Lagasse is Associate Editor at Healthcare Finance.
By Jeff Lagasse 03:48 pm September 22, 2016
PwC ranked healthcare’s most pressing trends, some of which will grow the system, while others are more likely to limit growth.
By Jeff Lagasse 02:49 pm September 21, 2016
The health system said that by reorganizing into two units it intends to enhance collaboration and better support physicians and caregivers.
By Jeff Lagasse 06:48 am September 20, 2016
The new building will house an emergency department, trauma center, modern operating rooms, private patients rooms, all designed to improve care delivery, officials said.
By Jeff Lagasse 09:44 am September 07, 2016
Fair Health Cost Lookup CT enables users to estimate costs for medical and dental procedures based on geographical region and it provides resources that explain the fundamentals of health coverage.
Emory Healthcare and Stratus sign pact to develop IT infrastructure connecting EHRs for care coordination
By Jeff Lagasse 01:43 pm August 31, 2016
The providers revealed plans to create a clinically integrated network and shared services, as well as streamlining access to care services for patients of both organizations.
By Jeff Lagasse 02:36 pm August 30, 2016
The new option is "an extraordinary commercial response" following rising backlash from the public and lawmakers, according to Mylan CEO Heather Bresch.
By Jeff Lagasse 02:11 pm August 22, 2016
CVS Health Research Institute shows potential for $38 million to $63 million saved per 100,000 health plan members.
By Jeff Lagasse 02:47 pm August 18, 2016
Officials in Arkansas are in talks to change the rule prohibiting direct-to-consumer telehealth consults. In Texas, meanwhile, the e-Health Alliance is driving legislation to mandate that licensing boards coordinate appropriate rules.
By Jeff Lagasse 10:55 am August 18, 2016
While opponents argue that accountable care organizations have yet to produce tangible cost-savings, those in favor of the model point to better care quality among the reasons.
By Jeff Lagasse 12:54 pm August 04, 2016
Harvard researchers predict that contact-free continuous monitoring platforms have the potential to save the healthcare industry as much as $15 billion.