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HHS revises Provider Relief Fund reporting requirements

The new requirements expand the amount of time providers will have to report information, reduces burdens on smaller providers and extends key deadlines for expending provider relief fund payments

SF physician Jack Resneck, Jr., M.D., wins office of AMA president-elect

The AMA House of Delegates has elected  Jack Resneck Jr., M.D., a dermatologist and health policy expert from San Francisco ,as the association’s president-elect. 

DMHC reminds payors they must continue to cover COVID-19 testing

Health plans must continue to cover certain COVID-19 testing for their enrollees pursuant to federal law.

CMS increases payments for at-home COVID-19 vaccinations

CMS recently announced an additional payment amount for administering in-home COVID-19 vaccinations to Medicare beneficiaries who have difficulty leaving their homes or are otherwise hard-to-reach.

Noridian Healthcare Solutions to continue as MAC for Jurisdiction E

CMS recently selected Noridian Healthcare Solutions to continue as it’s Part A and Part B Medicare Administrative Contractor for Jurisdiction E.

Webinar: Building cross-sector networks of care for patients with toxic stress and ACEs

ACEs Aware is hosting a free, live webinar on the forthcoming Network of Care Roadmap, which will provide practical steps that health care providers, clinics, community-based organizations and social service agencies can take within their communities to grow cross-sector networks of care and improve collaboration and coordination across systems to prevent, treat and heal toxic stress.

UHC makes additional changes to Optum Pay Basic and Premium service  

Optum Pay continues to address outstanding issues raised by CMA)and other state and specialty societies with the rollout of the Optum Pay Premium service.  

CMA develops COVID-19 return-to-work resources for employers

As California businesses begin to transition back the physical workplace, employers understandably have many questions about what is, and is not, allowed as we continue to grapple with the fallout of the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Save the date for CMA’s 2021 House of Delegates

CMA is pleased to announce plans for the 150th Annual Session of the CMA House of Delegates, which will convene October 23-24, 2021, at the Marriott LA Live Hotel in Los Angeles.

CMA secures amendments to remove damaging provisions from medical board sunset review

SB 806 was amended suddenly to add reforms related to the Medical Board of California’s sunset review. 

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