Health Care Policy Update – Weekly Wrap-up and What’s Ahead

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 What’s Ahead: This Week  Hearings and Markups –  Tuesday, October 29 House Veterans Affairs Committee, “Full Committee Markup on Pending Legislation.” Wednesday, October 30 Senate Finance Committee, Subcommittee on Health Care, “Medicaid: Compliance with Eligibility Requirements.” House Energy & Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Health, “Safeguarding Pharmaceutical Supply Chains in a Global Economy.” House Veterans’ Affairs,… Read more »

Health Care Policy Update – Weekly Wrap-Up and What’s Ahead

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What’s Ahead: This Week Hearings and Markups – Tuesday, September 24 House Committee on Oversight & Reform, Subcommittee on Economic & Consumer Policy, “Don’t Vape: Examining the Outbreak of Lung Disease and CDC’s Urgent Warning Not to Use E-Cigarettes.” Wednesday, September 25 House Energy & Commerce Committee, Subcommittee on Health, “Making Prescription Drugs More Affordable:… Read more »

Health Care Policy Update – Weekly Wrap-up and What’s Ahead

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 What’s Ahead: This Week Hearings and Markups – Wednesday, September 18 House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, “Critical Impact: How Barriers to Hiring at VA Affect Patient Care and Access.” Thursday, September 19 House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, “VA Contracted Exams/Quality Review/Service to Rural Veterans.” House Energy & Commerce Committee, Subcommittee… Read more »

Health Care Policy Update – Weekly Wrap-up and What’s Ahead

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 Weekly Wrap-Up: Notable Health Care Developments from Last Week Legislative Activity – Introduced Legislation On July 30, Rep. Maloney (D-NY) and 4 cosponsors introduced the Medicare Demonstration of Coverage for Low Vision Devices Act (H.R. 4129), which would provide for a Medicare demonstration project to evaluate the fiscal impact of covering low vision devices as… Read more »