AHA, Other Health Organizations Urge Senate to Include Provider Relief Funding In Reconciliation Package

February 25, 2021

The AHA along with eight other health organizations urge Congress to provide additional funding for health care providers in the current reconciliation package, such as the legislative proposal put forward by Senator Manchin for a Health Care Heroes Sustainability Fund, as well as additional resources to support efforts to bolster vaccine administration, enhanced testing and other priorities that support the essential work of our hospitals.

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