A Maryland appeals court Wednesday overturned a civil contempt of court ruling against five state Health Department officials for failing to comply with a judge’s order to admit criminal defendants to a mental health facility. The Court of Special Appeals ...Read More »
This month, 58 employers were recognized by the Maryland Department of Health as “Healthiest Maryland Businesses Wellness at Work” awardees for accomplishments in worksite health promotion. Any Maryland employer who is a member of the state’s initiative to support healthy ...Read More »
Maryland’s unique all-payer hospital payment model will expand beyond hospital walls beginning next year under a finalized deal with the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced Monday. The new Total Cost of Care All-Payer Model will focus on ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Concerns about a possible hiring-policy change at the Maryland Department of Health involving Gov. Larry Hogan’s appointments office prompted legislation that would add more oversight to enforce laws enacted by the state more than a decade ago. Former ...
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A Democratic candidate for governor is calling for the resignation of Dennis Schrader following a hearing in which the state’s secretary of health and four other officials were held in contempt of court. Jim Shea, the former chair of Venable ...Read More »
Two embattled state appointees have been reassigned in an attempt to restore their paychecks and resolve, at least in part, a standoff between Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and Democratic leaders in the legislature. Wendi Peters and Dennis Schrader, the acting ...
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