Pillars of clinical care delivery, medical research and education, AMCs have a complicated history when it comes to health equity and structural racism.
President Joseph Biden has signed an Executive Order aimed at promoting competition in the U.S. economy that could have serious ramifications for employers.
California employers must include nondiscretionary payments made to employees when making premium payments for missing meal or rest periods, the state’s highest court has ruled in a decision with retroactive application.
A Texas federal court dismissed a lawsuit brought by hospital employees who challenged their employer’s requirement that they receive the COVID-19 vaccine or be terminated, rejecting the argument that the requirement set the employees up for wrongful discharge.
In recognition of LGBTQ+ Pride Month and the anniversary of the Bostock v. Clayton County ruling, the EEOC released a new technical assistance document addressing issues including workplace attire; pronouns and names; and the use of bathrooms, locker rooms and showers.
California Governor Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature enacted a $196 billion spending plan for FY 2021–22, the largest budget in state history.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues across the United States, states, payers, and providers are looking for ways to expand access to telehealth services.
The Federal Trade Commission has finalized the Made in USA Labeling Rule, which codifies its long-standing enforcement policy requiring that marketers making unqualified Made in USA claims on labels be able to prove that their products are “all or virtually all” made in the United ...
With the Provider Relief Fund reporting portal now open, the Department of Health & Human Services has released additional guidance to providers on the reporting requirements and use of funds through two recent updates.
In Amgen Inc. v. Sanofi, the Federal Circuit held that the use of broad functional claim language raises the bar for enablement.