Hospital staffing shortages are impacting about 22% of facilities, up from 19% last week, The Atlantic reports.
Hospital labor shortages replaced financial challenges as the top concern for hospitals.
The COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic impact on the nursing workforce and healthcare delivery organizations, a new study shows. Will the trends last though?…
Additional Reimbursement for Chronic Care Management and Principal Care Management Finalized in the 2022 MPFS
In the Final Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (“MPFS”) for 2022, CMS added five new CPT codes in Chronic Care Management and Principal Care Management and increased reimbursement for already existing codes.
CMS Updates for the Use of CPT® codes 99490, 99439, 99487, 99489, 99491 and HCPCS code G0506…
The CDC urged public health officials nationwide to prepare for vaccine distribution as soon as late October or early November, according to The New York Times.
Massachusetts expanded access to telehealth through executive orders meant to help hospitals and health-care providers respond to a surge in COVID-19 cases while continuing to care for patients' other medical needs.
New funding to boost Medicaid providers during the coronavirus pandemic will leave out the nation’s 1,400 community health centers, which serve more than 29 million low-income patients.
COVID-19: A third of Medicare enrollees with coronavirus ended up in the hospital. A quarter of them died.
325,000 beneficiaries were diagnosed with coronavirus and nearly 110,000 of them were hospitalized. 28% of those who were hospitalized died…