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August 03, 2015

Washington Healthcare Update

This Week: CMS Issues FY 2016 Final Inpatient and Long-Term Care Hospital Policy and Payment Changes... CMS Releases Final FY 2016 Medicare Payment Rule for Skilled Nursing Facilities... House Ways and Means Committee Members Introduce Three Medicare Hospital Bills; Committee Eyes Bills for Major Upcoming Health Care Legislation
July 29, 2015

Tax Policy Update

NUMBER OF THE WEEK: 3. First it was three years, now it’s three months. The Senate’s attempt to pass a multiyear highway bill ran off the road this week after House Republicans announced they will adjourn one day early for the month-long August recess. The House’s early departure forced the Senate to acquiesce to a short-term patch in order to keep the Highway Trust Fund solvent beyond July 31. The three-month patch is paid for by a collection of tax enforcement measures—the same offsets contained in a five-month patch the House passed earlier this month. The deal sets up the next collision of wills between the Senate and House in late October, when the debate over how to pay for a long-term highway authorization will bleed into the tug-of-war over how to handle tax extenders. Read more details below.

July 27, 2015

NC Politics in the News

NEWS & OBSERVER: NC school voucher program expanding following court ruling.The number of North Carolina children using tax dollars to attend private schools will at least double this fall and could climb much higher now that the school voucher program has been declared constitutional by the N.C. Supreme Court.

July 27, 2015

Washington Healthcare Update

This Week: CMS Releases Guidance on Fast Track Process for 1115 Waivers for Medicaid and CHIP... Healthcare.gov CEO Sends Letter to State Insurance Commissioners Concerning 2016 Premium Decisions... Medicare Board of Trustees Releases Annual Financial Report Finding Trust Fund Insolvency by 2030; Predict Part B Premiums Up 52 Percent Due to Outpatient Services Shift
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