Though many questions remain unanswered, we are now more than 100 days in, and we've gotten some clear signals from both Biden and Congress as to Democrats' health policy priorities.
On Friday, President Biden unveiled his long-awaited $6 trillion fiscal year (FY) 2022 budget proposal, which reflects the administration's health policy priorities for the next fiscal year.
Unlike past Covid-19 relief packages like the Cares Act, the health care industry is not the primary benefactor—but that doesn't mean the industry will not feel the effects of the bill. There are four areas from the 689-page bill that health care leaders should be keeping an eye on.
Late last week, CMS' Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) sent ripples through the health care industry when it announced that it will allow the Next Generation ACO (accountable care organization) model to expire at the end of this calendar year.
Expert Partner Ben Umansky has been meeting with small groups of health care executives to discuss policy over the past month, and noticed some consistent themes on their minds in these early days of the new administration.
In this episode of our podcast, Radio Advisory, host Rachel Woods sat down with Advisory Board's Rob Lazerow and Ben Umansky to talk about the Democratic party’s unified government, what big changes in health care policy could occur, how those changes could happen, and what you need to do to prepare.
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