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US radiology lab sues CIGNA over nearly $400,000 in COVID-19 claims

Cigna accused of withholding reimbursement for diagnostic and treatment services of COVID-19 patients

Early makeshift hospitals for COVID-19 patients didn’t go as planned

As new ones open up across the country, states hope to do better this time

ED visits dropped as much as over 60% in March: study

May be due to people avoiding hospitals out of fear of contracting COVID-19

Rural hospitals are buckling under the weight of increasing COVID-19 cases

Preparedness plans and telehealth implementation may be critical to patient care

Landmark study finds Alzheimer's PET scans may not yield significant cost savings

Failure to reduce hospitalizations by 10% may hurt chances for Medicare coverage

Trump administration accused of overpaying Philips by $500 million for ventilators

Purchased 42,900 Trilogy ventilators for $15,000 each, whereas Obama admin bought 10,000 'nearly identical' units for $3,280 each

VA resumes EHR modernization efforts following COVID-19 delays

First deployments of new Cerner system slated for this month

First federal 'right to repair' legislation filed in US to help hospitals through pandemic

Get to know the Critical Medical Infrastructure Right-To-Repair Act of 2020

PPE is no silver bullet for keeping frontline staff safe

Healthcare workers remain more likely to test positive for COVID-19

It is time for a revolution in healthcare supply chain management

COVID-19 exposed supply chain weaknesses and the enormous amount of medical waste that's created

40% of hospitalizations of older adults with dementia could have been prevented: study

Inpatient admissions for pneumonia and heart failure could have been avoided if patients had access to high-quality outpatient care