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On February 2, at 9 a.m., CHA’s Vice President, Federal Policy, Chad Mulvany, and Toyon Associates, Inc., Vice President, Tom Hubner will discuss this rule and what it means for expanding resident training programs.
Provider Relief Funds Updates Reporting Period 2, Phase 4 Payment Methodology & Reconsideration PeriodThe Health Resources Service Administration’s (HRSA) Provider Relief Fund (PRF) reporting portal is now open for period 2 reporting. Hospitals and other providers will have until March 31to report on their use of PRF payments received between July 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020.
The 2021 legislative session officially ended when Governor Newson finished signing bills in the early weeks of October. While it is no surprise that COVID-19 continues to challenge California employers, new labor and employment legislation isn’t just about the pandemic. Health care professionals have several laws and regulations to be aware of and to implement […]
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Each year patients visit hospital emergency departments 12 million times.