The federal government on Friday finalized a previously proposed rule that will bring a 2.2% Medicare payment bump to the nation’s skilled nursing facilities. Under
During his eulogy yesterday for Rep. John Lewis (D–Ga.), a leading figure in the civil rights movement, former President Barack Obama expressed support for eliminating
Is the week over yet? This week on Capitol Hill, another lawmaker tested positive for COVID-19, everyone yelled about masks, and no one remembered to
The voice vote approves the Foster-Kelly Amendment, which removes language that prohibits federal funding for the adoption of a unique patient ID.
From HIMSS: As we all continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of the global HIMSS community, employees and local residents remain
By Molly E Reynolds U.S. senators left Washington this week without taking action on another round of legislation to respond to the continuing COVID-19 crisis.
Hospice payment rates will go up 2.4% during Fiscal Year 2021 according to a final rule issued by the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Exposure Notification tools are supporting apps live in 16 countries and are also being explored by 20 U.S. states and territories, Google announced.
As we reported previously, the HIMSS 2021 conference is officially being moved to August. It will still be held in Las Vegas at the Sands
Sen. Tom Cotton’s Democratic challenger, Josh Mahony, dropped out of the U.S. Senate race just hours after the filing deadline closed. Between this and Cotton’s