The American Hospital Association is asking HHS and CMS to distribute emergency funds directly to rural and urban hospitals and health systems designated for providers in the CARES Act.

Sectra has received FDA clearance for its Digital Pathology Module, a primary diagnostics tool intended for U.S. healthcare providers.

U.S. hospitals were already facing falling margins when the COVID-19 pandemic began to ramp up in the nation.

Louisiana is the most exposed state economy when it comes to the new coronavirus, COVID-19.

CMS is allowing healthcare providers to react to the COVID-19 pandemic with greater flexibility by loosening some federal requirements and issuing sweeping new rules.

Humana and Cigna both announced March 30 that consumers would not have to pay for treatment related to COVID-19-covered services.

Hospitals are facing “massive losses” treating patients with COVID-19––even with higher reimbursement for service, according to a new study from Strata Decision.

Telehealth is having a moment in the sun as a possible answer to help mitigate the spread of the coronavirus by limiting exposure risks to patients and healthcare professionals.

The U.S. has surpassed the rest of the world with the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, according to data from Johns Hopkins.

New York University is moving up graduation for its 2020 class of medical students so the new doctors can jump right into helping with the COVID-19 pandemic.

HHS’ Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response has granted $100 million to help healthcare systems prepare for a surge of COVID- patients.

A total of 23 states have received approved section 1135 waivers for their Medicaid programs from CMS as they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.