AHA Expresses Support for H.R. 315, the Medicare Sequester COVID Moratorium Act

February 1, 2021

The AHA today voiced support for the Medicare Sequester COVID Moratorium Act (H.R. 315), legislation that would eliminate Medicare sequester cuts during the COVID-19 public health emergency. The current moratorium on a 2% cut to all Medicare payments expires March 31, but many hospitals and other providers continue to experience significant financial challenges.    

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