A new analysis prepared by Kaufman, Hall & Associates, LLC and released by the American Hospital Association (AHA) highlights the ongoing consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the financial stability of hospitals and health systems, threatening their ability to continue to provide essential services to their patients and communities.
Drs. Anthony Fauci and James Hildreth, two noted infectious disease experts, sat down for a virtual fireside chat to discuss
Employers are looking ahead to address challenges while adjusting to the new normal.
Centerstone is training behavioral health providers in a simulated real-world environment to sharpen skills and improve workforce readiness.
Now surpassing 12 months of operating during a pandemic, financial analysts share insights on their healthcare industry expectations for 2021.
More than 100 private industry healthcare organizations outline recommendations to better prepare for future pandemics and natural disasters.
The Consolidated Appropriations Act includes several provisions impacting providers and healthcare businesses. KraftCPA's Lucy Carter recently discussed the impact of three of them with NMGMA members.
The importance of hospital and health system case management has grown exponentially over the past 10 years and is now getting attention from leaders throughout the healthcare industry.
More than a year after submitting Amendment 42 to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requesting a waiver to increase flexibility in the administration of the state's Medicaid program, Tennessee has received an affirmative nod to move forward.
Accelerates work to improve outcomes and experiences and lower the cost of health care
Volunteer techies deliver solutions during COVID-19 pandemic
Last Thursday, the Nashville Health Care Council and NashvilleHealth hosted "Conversations on Health Equity and Action to Eliminate Disparities: Part Three," the third in a three-part series exploring health inequity and its long-standing threat to business and community growth and vitality.
The five-day policy-making meeting of the American Medical Association concluded business yesterday after virtually gathering physicians and medical students from all corners of the nation to shape the AMA's health care agenda.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Nashville Health Care Council, an organization that was founded by the local health care community with the purpose of establishing Nashville as the nation's health care capital.
On November 11, the Nashville Health Care Council hosted a member discussion with Dee Anna Smith, CEO of Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare.
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