Sen Ron Wyden: Health insurers are running so-called ghost networks, in which providers are listed in networks but don’t actually offer care. Why is he surprised?
New CMS rule would make it easier for ineligible people to continue receiving benefits and reduce safeguards to prevent waste, fraud, and abuse.
Nonprofit hospital chain sucks out profits, while leaving a poor, minority community without essential services.
Study: More than 80% of people sampled in Greece report witnessing informal (off the books) payments for health care and the number is also high elsewhere in Europe. (Health Affairs, gated) Unfortunately the authors call rationing by price “corruption,” whereas rationing by waiting is apparently a civic duty.
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New CMS rule will make Centene stock shoot to the moon. As long as Biden is President buy Centene stock. Centene was the best stock in the S & P 500 in 2018 and they are the Nation’s largest Medicaid company. The Biden crime family must have all of their money in Centene stock to have them now enroll people on employer-based insurance so Centene doesn’t have to pay any claims. The Biden crime family is smart!