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.
House Approves $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Reconciliation Bill with Provisions Affecting Hospitals and Health Systems
The House of Representatives early this morning voted 219-212 to approve a modified version of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, legislation to provide…
AHA, Other Health Organizations Urge Senate to Include Provider Relief Funding In Reconciliation Package
The AHA along with eight other health organizations urge Congress to provide additional funding for health care providers in the current reconciliation package.
During a Feb. 23 AHA Advocacy Day briefing, AHA provided hospital and health system leaders with the latest intelligence from Capitol Hill and the information…
Coalition to Protect America’s Health Care Launches New Ad Campaign Urging Congress to Provide Critical COVID-19 Relief
The Coalition to Protect America’s Health Care, of which the AHA is a founding member, today launched a new TV ad urging Congress to provide critical resources…
Congress is back in Washington, D.C., and its top focus will be passing President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief legislation.
The AHA Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 12-1 p.m. ET will host an all-member advocacy virtual event in which AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack, Executive Vice President…