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Legislative Currents - March 18, 2018

Published: Monday, March 19, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

In The News
•    Amazon Eyes Medicaid Enrollees as It Moves Into Health Care
•    Privacy Concerns Hit Ride-Hailing Push Into Health Care
•    States Want to Keep Control Over Association Health Plans
•    Health-Care Issues Favor Democrats, Obamacare Supporters Say
•    Senators Seek Clearer View on Health-Care Prices
•    No Need to Lift Ban on Gun Research, HHS Secretary Says

The American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM) Urges Senate to Continue Essential 340B Drug Program by Passing H.R. 4392

Published: Monday, March 19, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

The American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management (AAHAM) Urges Senate to Continue Essential 340B Drug Program by Passing H.R. 4392

Fairfax, VA - Friday, March 16, the United States Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pension Committee held a hearing entitled Perspectives on the 340B Drug Pricing Program.  The 340B drug program has come under scrutiny in recent months by some, how hospitals participating in this program are using proceeds from these prescription drug savings.

What Happened This Week in Heathcare - eNewswatch

Published: Thursday, March 8, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

Be sure to watch your inbox every Wednesday for AAHAM's eNewswatch!

Legislative Currents - March 5, 2018

Published: Monday, March 5, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

In The News
• Dear Employer, You Could Owe the IRS Millions of Dollars
• Health Policy Propels Dozens of Doctors in Bids for Congress

Treasury Reporting An Increasing Deficit Trend

U.S. Treasury Department State-of-the-Economy Assessment

Published: Monday, February 26, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

The U.S. Treasury Department released a state-of-the-economy assessment on the federal government for fiscal year 2017. The report states both the U.S. budget deficit and net operating cost have increased as more money is paid than received by the government.

Tracking Federal Spending from Fiscal 2000 to 2019

Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

When federal spending is adjusted for inflation, funding levels for many departments and agencies appear relatively stable so far this century, although some received a dramatic but temporary boost in response to the Great Recession. Budgets continue to expand for departments managing entitlement programs.

Legislative Currents - Feb 18, 2018

Published: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

In The News

  • Lawmakers Concerned Over Mergers’ Impact on Health-Care Costs
  • A Long Era of Low Health Care Inflation May Be Coming to End
  • Health-Care Inflation Coming Back, HHS Projects

Legislative Currents - Jan 31, 2018

Published: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

In The News
  • Senate Confirms Azar as Trump's Health Secretary
  • Little Impact on Health Programs From Short Government Shutdown

Where do your Health Insurance Dollars Go?

Published: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

Legislative Currents January 11, 2018

Published: Thursday, January 11, 2018 by Moayad Zahralddin

In The News

•           Tax Refunds in Hand, Americans Go See the Doctor, Report Finds

•           Roadmap Gives Directions to Nationwide Health-Data Exchange

•           Health Secretary Pick Backs Obama-Era Medicare Pilot Programs

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