In a comment letter on the 2022 Advance Notice and Call for Medicare Advantage, ACHP provided recommendations on adjustments to calculating the benchmark cap and provided recommendation in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given the strain caused by COVID-19, ACHP and ACAP urge CMS to use discretion in when enforcing Interoperability Final Rules.
ACHP and ACAP urge CMS to extend the 2021 Open Enrollment period to mitigate impacts to enrollment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACHP and other industry leaders are urging CMS to permanently include telehealth encounters in risk-adjsutment calculations.
Health plans across the nation provided the following recommendations to CMS for rebalancing HCBS and nursing home diversification.
If passed, the Protecting Access to Post-COVID-19 Telehealth Act ensure Medicare beneficiaries retain access to important telehealth services services.
Securing a future where telehealth is harnessed to its fullest capabilities has emerged as one of the few points of bipartisan consensus in health policy.
In a letter to Congressional leaders on telehealth legislation, ACHP provided recommendations that lets more consumers to take advantage of telehealth tools.
ACHP urges the Senate to consider additional legislation to respond to the unprecedented public health and economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
ACHP urges Congress to permit spending on the development and adoption of a unique patient identifier (UPI).
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