An influential writer in the Green Mountain State who’s lived there since the 1940s is calling for the culling of its hospital network.

The number of COVID-19 infections is likely ten times higher than the reported numbers, which could put the number of cases in the U.S. at 23 million, according to CDC Director Robert Redfield, MD.

A new study shows that as much as 80% of COVID-19 cases in the early days of the pandemic went undetected as a result of poor testing capabilities in March.

After a brutal two months of significant revenue losses, hospitals saw a slight improvement in margins during May, according to the latest Flash Report from Kaufman Hall.

Walmart has expanded its digital health services by acquiring CareZone, a technology platform and mobile app that allows individuals and families to manage medicine and chronic disease.

It will be more than a year for the U.S. healthcare industry to return to normal, with physicians expecting the new normal to be sometime around August 2021once a vaccine for COVID-19 has been distributed.

HHS is distributing another $35 billion from the CARES Act designated for healthcare providers responding to the crisis. The CARES Act allocated $175 billion in relief funds to hospitals and healthcare providers, especially those majorly affected by the pandemic.

Kaiser Permanente is among a handful of major healthcare organizations that have promised to refund the government millions in aid meant to help health systems and hospitals deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Reports of sky-high costs for coronavirus testing may be the exception, with the majority of testing being “relatively tame” in cost, according to an analysis by Axios.

Only 12% of chief financial officers of hospital and health provider organizations say they plan to cut or defer spending on digital transformation of their financial systems despite 100% saying they expect a significant revenue decline this year due to the coronavirus.

CVS Health has been accused of overcharging for generic medications in a new lawsuit brought forth by six Blue Cross Blue Shield plans.

Some major healthcare companies, including DaVita, Cigna, Encompass, CVS Health and Walmart, are sending back federal aid funding they received that was intended to help hospitals and healthcare providers during the COVID-19 pandemic.