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Supreme Court: Providers Can’t Sue States over Medicaid Rates

Amanda Walsh
Amanda Walsh America's Essential Hospitals Staff

I followed  Armstrong v. Exceptional Child closely, and the U.S. Supreme Court released its ruling today. The court ruled that Medicaid providers cannot sue states for low payment rates and advised on ...

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Congress Eyes 340B: Surprising Support on Both Sides of Aisle

This past Tuesday was the big day for the 340B Drug Pricing Program on Capitol Hill. Stakeholders for this vital program lined up early to get a seat at the ...

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Uniting on Patient and Family Engagement

“What one change improves hospital quality and patient safety the most?” I get some form of this question every time I describe my work with the Essential Hospitals Engagement Network ...

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The Financial Burden of Cancer: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research

We generally hear talk of cancer care in terms of treatment and outcomes. But rarely do we talk about that care in the context of dollars and cents - for patients. Researchers ...

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Families as Partners in Care: The New Normal at Contra Costa’s Essential Hospital

Contra Costa Regional Medical Center (CCRMC) is a county hospital, and we hear repeatedly from those we serve (patients and their families) that they are surprised by the excellent and ...

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