The Department of Health and Human Services seeks information on innovative approaches and best practices developed to promote health care access, quality and value during the COVID-19 pandemic to inform the agency’s priorities and programs.

“We are specifically interested in novel approaches and best practices that are associated with data confirming efficacy and/or effectiveness with demonstrated improvements in one or more of the following measures: patient outcomes, access to health care, safety, quality, and/or value,” the request for information states.

HHS will publish the RFI in tomorrow’s Federal Register, with comments accepted for 30 days.

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