Policy and Legislation

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Mar 31 | Jeff Lagasse
Better resource-allocation and mitigation strategies could result in fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths.
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Mar 30 | Healthcare IT News
Ciitizen's Deven McGraw, formerly of OCR and ONC, breaks down the big health policy changes coming our way.
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Mar 30 | Susan Morse
The team drew no conclusion about the role of the Huanan market in the origin of the outbreak, or how the infection was…
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Mar 29 | Susan Morse
The World Health Organization is expected to release a report Tuesday on the origin of COVID-19.
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Mar 29 | Jeff Lagasse
Any complaints received during the suspension period will be investigated within 45 days; correction plans are required.
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Mar 29 | Jeff Lagasse
The group said CMS either missed its deadline or misinterpreted provider information when denying mid-build exceptions.
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Mar 26 | Jeff Lagasse
The ARP will help support hospital patient revenues by reducing the number of those who are uninsured.
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Mar 26 | Jeff Lagasse
AHIP floated policy recommendations including strengthening access for underserved populations through…
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Mar 26 | Susan Morse
The 2% cut to Medicare reimbursement is delayed through the end of the year, to the relief of hospital and physician groups.
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Mar 24 | Mallory Hackett
Although a vote has yet to be officially scheduled, the Senate is expected to vote on a hotlined version of H.R. 1868.