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DRUG COMPANIES URGED TO PROVIDE DISCOUNTS TO 340B COMMUNITY PHARMACIES

Yesterday, counsel for the American Hospital Association and the five other national groups and three individual hospital systems that sued the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) over its failure to halt drug company actions that undermine the 340B drug pricing program sent letters demanding that the offending drug companies immediately halt their illegal activities.

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TennCare Block Grant Waiver Approved
TennCare Block Grant Waiver Approved

More than a year after submitting Amendment 42 to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) requesting a waiver to increase flexibility in the administration of the state's Medicaid program, Tennessee has received an affirmative nod to move forward.

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Alexander: Congress Set to End Surprise Medical Billing

Proposal to protect patients from surprise medical bills and resolve payment disputes between providers and insurers included in government funding legislation that the Congress will vote on this week

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AHA STATEMENT ON FINAL 340B ADMINISTRATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION RULE
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AHA STATEMENT ON CMS PRIOR AUTHORIZATION RULE
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AHA STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT-ELECT BIDEN'S HEALTH TEAM
AHA STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT-ELECT BIDEN'S HEALTH TEAM
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Pharmacy Groups React to Supreme Court Ruling on State Regulation of PBMs

The Supreme Court of the United States issued its landmark ruling in Rutledge v. Pharmaceutical Care Management Association (PCMA), determining whether community pharmacies  are protected  from payment practices they deemed abusive.

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AHA STATEMENT ON THE NOMINATION OF XAVIER BECERRA AS HHS SECRETARY
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ACEP Responds to Finalized 2021 Physician Fee Schedule Cuts
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AHIP Submits Comments on 2022 Medicare Advantage Advance Notice
AHIP Submits Comments on 2022 Medicare Advantage Advance Notice
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AMA Welcomes Burden Relief Finalized in Medicare Payment Rule

Urges Congress to prevent or postpone shocking Medicare offsets

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AHA STATEMENT ON CY 2021 OPPS FINAL RULE
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AMA Backs Policy Proposals to Cover More of the Uninsured

CHICAGO -- The American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates adopted principles today supporting public policy approaches that have the potential to expand insurance coverage to millions of the uninsured, including those who have lost their coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19, Mobile Health & the Importance of Maintaining Legal Compliance in an Era of Explosive Growth
COVID-19, Mobile Health & the Importance of Maintaining Legal Compliance in an Era of Explosive Growth

Mobile health apps are projected to continue rapid growth. Given the variety within the space, it will be increasing important for developers to understand and comply with applicable laws.

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American Health Law Association
American Health Law Association
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Nashville Health Care Council, Nashville Capital Network Present Panel Discussion on the Post-Election Dynamics of Capital and Health Care Ventures

Last week, the Nashville Health Care Council and Nashville Capital Network hosted "The Post-Election Dynamics of Capital and Health Care Ventures," panel in which health care entrepreneurs, investors and advisors explored how the results of the 2020 election and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic could impact the landscape of health care capital and investments in the coming months.

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AHA STATEMENT ON PASSAGE OF CONTINUING RESOLUTION
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AMA Releases 2021 CPT Code Set
AMA Releases 2021 CPT Code Set

New updates to medicine's common language reflect burden relief, COVID-19 testing and tech-enabled medical services

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Tennesseans Join Hundreds of Cancer Patients, Survivors Nationwide to Call on Congress: Make Cancer a National Priority

Amid Pandemic Advocates Hold Virtual Meetings with Members About Increased Cancer Research Funding and Equitable Access to Clinical Trials

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Covering Kids
Covering Kids

Accessing coverage is critical for at-risk families, particularly during the pandemic.

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AHA STATEMENT ON FY 2021 FINAL IPPS RULE
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Senate Health Committee Chairman Alexander Says Congress Should Prepare This Year for the Next Pandemic
Senate Health Committee Chairman Alexander Says Congress Should Prepare This Year for the Next Pandemic

Releases white paper with five recommendations, requests feedback by June 26

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AMA, physician groups defend ACA gains in new California v. Texas filing
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AHIP Files Amicus Brief in Texas v. United States
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Front Line Pharmacies Struggling to Pay Unfair Clawback Fees Even While Fighting COVID-19, Says NCPA
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