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The cyberattack against Change Healthcare that began on Feb. 21 is the most serious incident of its kind leveled against a U.S. health care organization.
Hospitals and health systems and their teams have been on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years. Hospitals and health care workers have stood strong for their communities, and they have a vital role in our society to keep communities healthy.
The House of Representatives as soon as next week could consider the Lower Costs, More Transparency Act (H.R. 5378), a bill that includes site-neutral payment cuts and detrimental provisions focused on hospital price transparency, among other issues.
AHA Market Scan special report explores which companies aim to deliver transformational change in 2024.
Hospitals across America typically get reimbursed daily by health insurers that rely on Change Healthcare to both receive and pay claims. Every day that core Change Healthcare functionality remains down is a day that providers are not receiving the funding they need to pay doctors and nurses, purchase medical supplies, and keep complex facilities open to provide 24/7 patient care.
Every day, America’s hospitals and health systems are on the front lines of combatting the epidemic of addiction to prescription opioids or heroin.
Change Healthcare, a health care technology company that is part of Optum and owned by UnitedHealth Group, today announced a “Temporary Funding Assistance Program” webpage and a new instance of its Rx ePrescribing service for customers affected by the ongoing cyberattack on Change Healthcare.
This week’s cyberattack on Change Healthcare, one of the nation’s largest health care technology companies, is yet another unwelcome reminder of the ability of cybercriminals to take advantage of our mission of caring by disrupting daily operations.
Medicare claims processing systems are ready to accept ICD-10 claims on Oct.
We are now on day 13 of the crisis caused by the recent cyberattack on Change Healthcare and its impacts on hospitals, health systems and patients around the country. We urgently need Congress's support to help minimize further fallout from this attack.