The AHA today restated its strong support for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ withdrawal of its Most Favored Nation Model proposed rule. In January, the AHA questioned the proposal’s legality and structure, while expressing deep concerns for the extent to which patients would be negatively impacted by the policy. 

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