Lawmakers sent letters to congressional leadership and HHS asking that additional funding and resources be allotted to children's hospitals during COVID-19.
Republican lawmakers called on stakeholders to submit improvement ideas for the 340B program.
We submitted updated comments to GWMI's revised CHGME QBS proposal.
CHA joins a letter encouraging the advancement of the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act.
We joined a letter urging Congress to include additional COBRA funding support in the next COVID-19 relief package.
We sent a letter to congressional leadership reiterating support for protecting patients from surprise bills.
We joined allied health care groups in sending a letter to congressional leaders urging the inclusion of the Resident Physician Shortage Reduction Act in upcoming COVID-19 legislation.
We have been working to inform CMS guidance on implementation of the ACE Kids Act.
We submitted testimony in support of $465 million for CHGME funding in FY 2021.
We joined allied groups in a letter to the FDA encouraging transparency in the review of premarket tobacco and e-cigarette product applications.
The 340B Coalition sent a letter to Senate Finance leadership asking them to prevent any changes to the 340B Drug Discount Program.
We submitted a letter in response to the Senate Finance Committee's RFI on maternal mortality and morbidity.
We submitted a response to the RFI on coordinating care from out-of-state providers for children with medically complex conditions.
We submitted a comment letter on CMS' proposed hospital survey on 340B drug acquisition costs.
We joined allied kids groups in endorsing the Kids' Access to Primary Care Act of 2020.
CHA and the AAP are circulating a letter requesting funding for the Pediatric Disaster Care Pilot Program.
CHA and allied behavioral health organizations sent a letter to the FCC supporting a proposed rule implementing the national suicide hotline.
CHA submitted comments on a proposed rule that imposes new cost and price transparency requirements on commercial insurers.
CHA submitted a comment letter to the DoD on proposed changes to the TRICARE reimbursement methodology.
CHA joined a group letter to the House E&C Committee encouraging movement on the Social Determinants Accelerator Act.
CHA sent a letter to House and Senate leaders asking them to eliminate cuts to DSH in 2020 and 2021.
CHA joined over 50 allied health partners in supporting S. 2723, the MEDS Act.
CHA endorses bill to increase support for pediatric researchers.
CHA voices support for the EMPOWER for Health Act of 2019 (H.R. 2781).
On July 9, nine children’s health groups, including CHA, submitted joint comments to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that urged the agency to withdraw a proposed rule to restrict mixed-status immigrant families’ eligibility to housing subsidies.
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