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Health insurers have gone through dramatic vertical consolidation since ERISA was signed into law. Over the last decade, the major corporate insurers have spent billions of dollars acquiring not only other plans, but also providers, pharmacy service companies, and health technology and claims…
AHA letter to Senators Wyden and Crapo providing an update on recent cyberattack on Change Healthcare and to express concerns regarding the Administration’s proposal to penalize hospitals that don’t meet certain cybersecurity requirements.
In this conversation, Carolyn Isabelle, director of workforce development at Dartmouth Health, discusses the health system's numerous approaches to recruitment, and the successful strategies that support a healthy and engaged workforce.
E-mail bombing, also known as mail bomb or letter bomb attacks, occur when a botnet (a single actor or group of actors) flood an e-mail address or server with hundreds to thousands of e-mail messages. T
AHA statement before the House Committee on Ways and Means regarding “Enhancing Access to Care at Home in Rural and Underserved Communities."
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.