AHA comments on the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ proposed regulation related to Medicaid program financing and supplemental payments. Given that the proposal would severely curtail the availability of health care services to millions of individuals and because many of its provisions are not legally permissible, the AHA requests that the agency withdraw the proposed rule in its entirety.
Deadline Extended to July 25 for House, Senate Letters Urging CMS to Fix Inadequate Hospital Inpatient Payment Proposal
The deadline for signatures on the bipartisan “Dear Colleague” letters circulating in the House and Senate that ask CMS to make critical changes to the…
AHA supports allowing Medicare beneficiaries who seek treatment for mental health disorders to receive their care through audio-only services. AHA also…
Urge Your Reps., Sens. to Sign ‘Dear Colleague’ Letters to CMS to Fix Inadequate Hospital IPPS Proposal
Bipartisan “Dear Colleague” letters are circulating in the House and Senate that would ask the Centers for Medicare…
Urge Your Senators to Sign ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter to CMS to Fix Inadequate Hospital Inpatient Payment Proposal
Sens. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., and Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., are spearheading a “Dear Colleague” letter to the Centers for Medicare…
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