HealthLeaders Media March 4, 2024
Eric Wicklund

The American Hospital Association is urging the Health and Human Services Department to address the outage, including making money and resources available to affected providers

KEY TAKEAWAYS

– A suspected ransomware attack on Change Healthcare, the IT business unit of UnitedHealth, has affected thousands of healthcare organizations across the country since February 21

– Affected providers are struggling to submit claims and wondering how, when, and even if they will see bsuiness as usual again

– The AHA is urging HHS to step up and issue guidance to providers, as well as making funds and resources available to those struggling to stay operational

The ongoing cybersecurity incident involving Change Healthcare is prompting healthcare organizations across the country to take a...

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