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Feb 25, 2021
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 they need to make the case to lawmakers for additional COVID-19 relief.
Feb 23, 2021
Congress is back in Washington, D.C., and its top focus will be passing President Biden’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief legislation.
Feb 22, 2021
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 next few weeks will be critical to ensuring that Congress includes important provisions in the legislation to support hospitals and health systems and their…
Feb 22, 2021
Congress is fast-tracking legislation to pass the President’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package with a simple majority in the Senate. In this relief package, it is imperative for Congress to address the critical needs of hospitals and health systems—and their front-line caregivers—as we…
Feb 9, 2021
The House and Senate Feb. 5 passed a concurrent budget resolution giving Congress the option to use reconciliation – a fast-track procedure to pass the president’s $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package with a simple majority in the Senate. Priorities include more funding for vaccines and Provider…
Feb 8, 2021
Congress is discussing another COVID-19 relief package, one that would use its reconciliation process to approve legislation that could spur the nation’s health and economic recoveries from the ongoing pandemic. The following resources will aid AHA members’ efforts to advocate on behalf of…
Dec 8, 2020
As Congress continues to negotiate a year-end spending package and more COVID-19 relief, we’re continuing to keep you updated on the latest issues. This is our third Action Alert related to the lame-duck session, and information and resources related to our priority issues are included below.
Nov 30, 2020
Congress is back in Washington, D.C., and sprinting to the finish line to complete its end-of-the-year work during the “lame-duck” session. Funding for the federal government, as well as other key health care provisions, are set to expire Dec. 11.
Nov 30, 2020
Congress is back in Washington, D.C., and sprinting to the finish line to complete its end-of-the-year work during the “lame-duck” session. Funding for the federal government, as well as other key health care provisions, are set to expire Dec. 11.