Obamacare isn't directly responsible for the health insurance complications known as prior authorization, co-insurance and multiple co-payments, because they predate the law and it doesn't mandate them.
Willow Valley Communities in Lancaster County has introduced a new program for people ages 60 and up, called SmartLife Via Willow Valley.
Charity care and the total system budget at PinnacleHealth System were up about 18 percent and 25 percent respectively in 2013, according to the Harrisburg-based nonprofit's annual report released this week.
Karen Oxler will succeed Tom Beeman as president of Lancaster General Hospital on Aug. 18, in a move designed to allow Beeman to focus on the big picture at LGH parent company Lancaster General Health.
PinnacleHealth announced today that the $20 million Ortenzio Cancer Center on its West Shore Campus in Hampden Township will open Aug. 18.
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Select Medical Holdings Corp., Cedar Realty Trust and Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc.— all with connections to the midstate — have released earnings reports.
The Department of State took disciplinary actions against six licensed or commissioned professionals and organizations in the midstate in July, Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele announced.
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The drama continues at York County-based Unilife Corp., where the ex-employee who filed a high-profile lawsuit against the company has been charged with a third-degree felony, and his attorneys have countered by asking a judge to find Unilife in contempt of court for violating a confidentiality order.
Lancaster General Health has introduced a new program called Geriatrics at Home that offers medical house calls to elderly patients.
Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center and CPRS Physical Therapy have opened a new outpatient therapy center in Warwick Township.