Health on the Hill provides updates on the current happenings in health care within the Federal Government and on Capitol Hill.
October 3, 2022
Congress Passes Stopgap Spending Bill, Takes Final Votes Before Midterm Elections, House Passes Mobile Health Clinic, Mental Health Bills, CBO Report on Reducing Prices for Commercial Insurers, Education & Labor Panel Releases No Right to Deny Care Report, Joint Economic Committee Measures Cost of Opioid Crisis, FDA Moves to Harmonize Human Research Protections, Roselyn Tso Sworn In to Lead IHS.
September 26, 2022
UFA Reauthorization to be Attached to Stopgap Spending Bill; GOP Unveils “Commitment to America” Agenda; Cures 2.0 Pulled from E&C Markup Consideration; Cures 2.0 Pulled from E&C Markup Consideration; E&C, W&M Mark Up Health Legislation; Finance Committee Releases Third Mental Health Discussion Draft; COVID-19 Panel Releases Report on Nursing Home Neglect; Senate Confirms New OSTP Director; NIH Dedicates New Alzheimer’s Research Building to Retiring Sen. Roy Blunt; FDA Releases Guidance to Increase Access to Naloxone; IRS Releases Guidance on Improperly Forgiven PPP Loans.
September 12, 2022
House Returns from August Recess; Lawmakers Ask How to Stabilize Medicare Payments; Lawmakers Push for Medicare Extension of Audio-Only Telehealth Services; OIG Releases Report on Risk of Telehealth Fraud; Feinstein, Padilla Urge CDC to Invest in West Coast Laboratories; Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases on The Hill; Judge Rules on Constitutionality of ACA’s PrEP Coverage Mandate, USPSTF; Call to Order.
September 6, 2022
Biden Administration Requests Additional Funds for COVID-19, Monkeypox, Ukraine, and Natural Disasters; FDA Launches Opioid Review; Inhofe, Burr Push Operation Warp Speed 2.0; OMB Clears FDA Human Research Protection Rule; AK Democrat Peltola to Serve Remainder of Late Rep. Young’s Term.
August 29, 2022
Lawmakers Seek Monkeypox Funding, Response Details; White House Directs Agencies to Make Research Available to Public; Finance Chair Probes MA and Part D Marketing; Coronavirus Panel Releases Second Staff Report; Fauci to Step Down in December; Nadler Defeats Maloney in NY Primary; First Lady Tests Positive for COVID-19 in Rebound Case
August 15, 2022
Reconciliation Package Sent to President for His Signature, Lawmakers Ask WH to Prioritize MCED Tests, Warren Asks Health Care Providers About Impact of Abortion Bans, Proxy Voting in House Extended Through September, Washington Republican Herrera Beutler Loses Primary Race, President Signs PACT Act Into Law, CDC Updates COVID-19 Guidance, HHS Launches Environmental Justice Index.
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