An Ellicott City computing company has a contract worth up to $44.7 million with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.Read More »
A trio of recent reports show that the Affordable Care Act has slowed the growth of health insurance costs, expanded insurance coverage and helped keep patients from needing to use the hospital, U.S. health officials announced Wednesday. Nationwide, the average ...Read More »
Renaissance Gardens, the assisted living and skilled nursing care facility at Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville, has achieved a Five-Star Quality Rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the federal agency’s highest rating for nursing homes.
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Officials struck a celebratory tone at a news conference Friday to announce the federal approval of the state’s proposal to transform the way Maryland hospitals get paid, but emphasized that the transition will be anything but seamless.Read More »
The state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene submitted a landmark proposal to the federal government on Friday that, if approved, would completely change the way hospitals in Maryland get paid.Read More »
Economists and trade groups are shifting into high gear in their years-long fight against a controversial Medicare bidding process that they say is overrun with operational problems but that federal officials adamantly argue is effective.Read More »
The state will expand zones in Baltimore City, Baltimore County and on the Eastern Shore where businesses are eligible for tax credits for making property improvements and hiring new workers. Maryland will add 112 acres to the Enterprise Zone in ...
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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will occupy part of a former pharmaceutical company manufacturing building in Windsor Mill that is being transformed into office space, it was announced by Lutherville-based Preston Scheffenacker Properties, the landlord. The General Services ...Read More »