Physicians hate their EHRs. Research shows there's no love lost between doctors and the technology. According to a recent study, just 34 percent of physicians said they were "satisfied" or "very satisfied" with their EHR system in 2014, down from 62 percent in 2010. Diving...
It seems so unfair. You’re most likely to get hit with a big medical expense your insurance won’t cover when you’re most powerless to do anything to avoid it. These surprise medical bills usually result from emergency...
A sudden halt to what many industry insiders called unprecedented progress in the surprise medical billing debate in Trenton late last year left some disappointed. But in the absence of a new law, and after eight years of waiting,...
The Texas Association of Health Plans (TAHP), the statewide trade association representing commercial and public health plans operating in Texas, applauded Texas Senator Kelly Hancock’s introduction of legislation...
Companies that do not offer their employees health insurance would pay a $2,000 annual assessment per full-time worker to the state under a plan Gov. Charlie Baker plans to offer later this month to blunt the impact of escalating,...
In an effort to assist the millions of residents who have been devastated by our state’s current healthcare system, I’m championing legislation that would provide real solutions to our current problems. My bill recently cleared its first legislative hurdle as...
Larger health insurers are able to negotiate lower prices with providers, according to a new study. But that doesn't necessarily mean payer consolidation is the answer to keeping healthcare costs in check.
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