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Today’s cyber landscape is threatened by a multitude of malicious actors who have the tools to conduct large-scale fraud schemes, hold our money and data for ransom, and endanger our national security.
In a letter sent yesterday to all providers, HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra and DOL Acting Secretary Julie A. Su asked for greater transparency and expedited payments to impacted providers, among other things.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) March 9 issued a notice formally announcing terms for hospitals, physicians and other providers impacted by the Change Healthcare cyberattack to apply for accelerated and advance payments (AAPs).
UnitedHealth Group late yesterday announced a series of updates on its response to the unprecedented cyberattack against its subsidiary Change Healthcare.
Mark Twain Medical Center — a rural hospital based in San Andreas, Calif. — provided more than $4.9 million in direct community benefit to patients during its most recent fiscal year, according to recently released numbers.
AHA shares the hospital field’s comments on proposed regulations for minimum staffing standards for LTC facilities and their potential impact on access to care.
In this conversation, Deborah Brown, senior vice president of external and regulatory affairs at NYC Health + Hospitals, discusses innovative solutions to common Metropolitan Anchor Hospitals challenges.
The Department of Health and Human Services announced some flexibilities from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to assist providers in continuing to serve patients in the wake of the unprecedented cyberattack on Change Healthcare, a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group.
The Change Healthcare cyberattack is the most significant and consequential incident of its kind against the U.S. health care system in history.
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.