The HHS Secretary had hoped premiums could be cut for seniors sooner rather than later but there are “legal and operational hurdles” to changing premiums midyear, according to a statement released Friday.
The data analytics company highlighted its momentum heading into the next fiscal year, outlining what 2023 could look like for the company as a standalone business if its controversial $13 billion merger with UnitedHealth falls through.
The findings come as hospitals face major hurdles recruiting and retaining enough staff two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, and as healthcare workers and unions push for higher wages.
The academic medical giant is paying increased employee wages and overtime and hiring more agency nurses and other temporary personnel to cope with a nationwide shortage of healthcare workers.
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If Congress grants regulators the expanded authority, actors could be protected from steep fines for data-sharing practices the HHS previously said were acceptable under complex information blocking regulations.
Leffler joins the nine-state insurtech from sterilization and lab services provider Sotera, where he was CFO for five years.
The looming coverage cliff would also hit providers financially, according to a new report. President Joe Biden has pushed Congress to extend the more generous financial aid provided by the American Rescue Plan.
Patients in communities across the nation who have come to rely on telehealth have been left waiting and wondering if they will be able to receive the virtual care they need once the COVID-19 public health emergency has ended.
At question is whether insurers will be able to shift Medicaid members who lose coverage to subsidized marketplace plans.