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With federal spending on Medicaid experiments soaring in recent years, a congressional watchdog said state and federal governments failed to adequately evaluate if the efforts improved care and saved money.
Indiana became the second state after Kentucky to win federal approval to add a work requirement for adult Medicaid recipients who gained coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but a “lockout” provision in its new plan could lead to tens of thousands of enrollees losing coverage
Education, business and civic leaders on Tuesday celebrated The Academies of Louisville, a new approach that partners 11 Louisville high schools with businesses to better prepare students for skills essential for jobs, from nursing to carpentry and flying aircraft.
Ten influential local health care CEOs have formed a council through which they hope to lure talent, speak with a unified voice — and leverage their capabilities to turn Louisville into a Medicare Mecca.
The current health care system cannot withstand the coming tidal wave of retiring baby boomers, Kindred Healthcare CEO Benjamin Breier said, but the proposed acquisition of Kindred by Humana will serve as an example of how cooperation can save costs.
While many health care providers are scrambling to find merger partners in an ever competitive industry, demographic trends have helped increased the number of patients at Hosparus Health by 49 percent in the last two years.