Join experts Chad Mulvany, CHA Vice President of Federal Policy and Amanda Hayes-Kibreab, Partner at Kings-Spalding, as they provide insight and guidance for members navigating through this interim final rule and Act.
On Aug. 24, California Attorney General Rob Bonta issued guidance to health care facilities and providers reminding them of their obligation to comply with state and federal health data privacy laws.
As hospitals under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) authority have been actively implementing the emergency temporary standard (ETS) released on June 10, the American Hospital Association has been encouraging hospitals to comment on the regulation, arguing that the “OSHA COVID-19 ETS would jeopardize … the collective efforts by the field to follow […]
Beginning this week, Livanta — the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) national contractor for Medicare claim review services — will begin to review Short Stay and Higher-Weighted Diagnosis Related Group (HWDRG) claims from hospitals.
A recent California Supreme Court decision on meal, rest, and recovery period violations could have major implications for many of the state’s employers — including hospitals.
CHA will host a complimentary, members-only webinar on Aug. 6 from 9 to 10 a.m. (PT) to discuss implementation of the No Surprises Act and to help members understand the notice and consent process, along with qualifying payment calculation.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) will host a national stakeholder call at 12:30 p.m. (PT) on July 22 to discuss the interim final rule with comment period implementing the No Surprises Act, which addresses surprise medical billing at the federal level.
CHA has issued a members-only summary, prepared by Health Policy Alternatives, Inc., of the interim final rule with comment period implementing the No Surprises Act. Comments are due to the Departments of Health & Human Services, Labor, and Treasury by 2 p.m. (PT) on Sept. 7.
On July 9, President Biden issued an executive order with the stated intent of promoting competition in the American economy. The order is wide-ranging and addresses agriculture, defense, financial services, information technology, telecommunications, and transportation as well as the health care sector.
On July 2, the Supreme Court agreed to hear American Hospital Association v. Becerra, a case that challenges Medicare’s 22.5% payment reduction to hospitals for certain separately payable outpatient drugs acquired under the 340B program.