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Hall Render’s This Week in Washington – March 15, 2019

[03/15/19]

Posted on March 15, 2019 in Federal Advocacy

Published by: Hall Render

Presidential Budget for 2020 Proposes Major Health Care Cuts President Trump released his administration’s fiscal year 2020 budget this week. While this proposal stands little chance of being implemented in its entirety, it is a good indicator of where the administration’s priorities stand for the next year, and some of the provisions, especially those... READ MORE

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Hall Render’s This Week in Washington – March 1, 2019

[03/01/19]

Posted on March 1, 2019 in Federal Advocacy

Published by: Hall Render

House Democrats Unveil Single-Payor Legislation House Democrats introduced sweeping “Medicare for All” legislation, providing the most detailed plan to overhaul the current health care system by enrolling all U.S. residents in a single-payor, government-run health plan. It would cover a more expansive set of benefits than the current Medicare program and restructure payment for... READ MORE

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HHS Considers Allowing Hospitals to Use Medicaid Funds to Pay for Patients’ Housing

[12/19/18]

Posted on December 19, 2018 in Health Law News

Published by: Hall Render

The Secretary of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) recently announced that Medicaid may allow hospitals and health systems to use funds to pay for patients’ housing.[1] HHS has already experimented with this idea by providing states with waivers under Section 1115 of the Social Security Act to expand Medicaid coverage to individuals experiencing homelessness.[2]... READ MORE

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