Investment Group Files SEC Complaint Against HCA Healthcare Over Failure to Disclose Elevated Risk of Medicare Fraud Investigation
Federal regulatory complaint against America’s largest for-profit hospital corporation comes six months after report revealed that HCA may be unnecessarily admitting patients from hospital ERs, potentially putting shareholders at grave risk
At HCA Shareholder Meeting, Nurses, Other Workers Call for Transparency Into Political Spending by Nation’s Largest Hospital Corporation
Frontline Healthcare Workers Urged Shareholders to VOTE YES FOR POLITICAL AND LOBBYING TRANSPARENCY, Resolutions #4 and # SEIU Members Working at HCA Hospitals Raise Concerns
Rep. Bill Pascrell, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee’s subcommittee on oversight, has asked the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate HCA, the largest for-profit health care chain in the U.S.
A House lawmaker with oversight authority is requesting an investigation into Nashville, Tenn.-based HCA Healthcare regarding alleged fraud and staffing issues at its facilities. Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J., the chair of the House Ways and Means Committee’s subcommittee on oversight, has asked HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra to investigate whether HCA, a 182-hospital system, is improperly admitting patients to hospitals when patients do not require inpatient care.
A House oversight committee is asking for a federal investigation of the largest U.S. hospital chain and its admissions practices amid allegations of widespread fraud. Driving the news: Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.), chair of the House Ways and Means oversight subcommittee, this week asked the HHS to look into HCA Healthcare’s emergency department admissions.