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CHA Comments on No Surprises Act Enforcement Provisions Proposed Rule

CHA commented on the proposed rule detailing the enforcement provisions related to the No Surprises Act (NSA). In the letter, CHA raises concerns about the promulgation of regulations related to enforcement actions before the full set of regulations required to implement the NSA’s core provisions have been produced.   CHA also offers specific technical recommendations to ensure that providers have an appropriate opportunity to respond […]

Update on Hospital Fee Program CY 2021 Passthrough

Traditionally, the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) processes Medi-Cal managed care supplemental payments at or near the federal funding claiming limit. This lengthy timeline was factored into the original 2019-21 Hospital Fee Program schedules that CHA distributed to hospitals in April 2020.

Health Care Partnerships: Keeping Care Affordable

We saw the creation of a new system as an opportunity to realize our fundamental belief that everyone has the right to be healthy. – Charlie Francis, senior executive vice president, chief strategy and transformation officer, CommonSpirit

Health Care Partnerships: Preserving Access to Care

Our mission is to care for the poor and vulnerable. Regardless of their ability to pay, patients … will receive care as good or better than what they could get by driving ‘over the hill’ to the hospital in Los Angeles. – Bernie Klein, Interim CEO, Providence Cedars-Sinai Tarzana Medical Center

Q&A with Dr. Carrie Byington of UC Health

OHC sat down with Dr. Carrie L. Byington, executive vice president of University of California Health (UCH), to find out what drew her to California, how preventable differences affect health outcomes, and what the university’s data, expertise, and innovations mean for the Golden State.

CHA Submits Additional Comments on CMS IRF Review Choice Demonstration

CHA has submitted additional comments to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) about the proposed inpatient rehabilitation facility (IRF) review choice demonstration. Under the demonstration, IRFs will choose either pre-claim or post-claim review for all claims. Once an IRF reaches a 90% claim approval, it may choose to be released from 100% claim […]