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Multi-Organization Letter to HHS Regarding COVID-19

We, the undersigned organizations, write with urgent guidance on how to best ensure access to coronavirus (COVID-19) testing and treatment during the current pandemic. We welcome guidance f...

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Families USA’s COVID-19 Recommendation Letter to the Hill

The recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States has exposed many deficiencies within our public health and health care systems. The disease’s spread has been made wor...

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Families USA’s Comments on Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2021

The “notice of benefit and payment parameters” is a federal rule, issued annually, that updates parameters for health plans operating in the federal and state marketplaces, and can make changes in...

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Medicaid Stakeholder Sign-On Letter Opposing Block Grant Guidance

Families USA led over 450 stakeholder organizations to oppose the recent block grant guidance released by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Together, we believe this guidance threatens the e...

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Federal Comment Letter on “Georgia Pathways to Coverage” 1115 Waiver

Families USA submitted this letter in response to CMS’s request for comments on Georgia’s proposal for a new section 1115 waiver to create a new Medicaid eligibility group and add a number of prov...

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Families USA’s Medicaid Fiscal Accountability Regulation Comment Letter

For more than 50 years, the Medicaid program provides various ways in which states can pay for part of their share of Medicaid spending outside of use of general funds. Recently proposed regulations -...

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Consumers First Comments on Proposed Transparency in Coverage Rule

Consumers First, an alliance representing employers, providers, consumer organizations, and workers, recently submitted this comment letter to CMS regarding the Transparency in Coverage proposed rule....

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Federal Comment Letter On Nebraska “Heritage Health” 1115 Waiver

Families USA submitted this letter in response to CMS’s request for comments on Nebraska’s application for a new section 1115 waiver to expand Medicaid eligibility to cover individuals up to 138% ...

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Consumers First Letter Urging Action on Prescription Drugs

Consumers First, an alliance representing employers, providers, consumer organizations, and workers, recently sent this letter to Capitol Hill, urging Congress to advance a number of bipartisan propos...

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Federal Comments on Tennessee’s Block Grant Waiver Proposal

Families USA submitted this letter in response to CMS’s request for comments on Tennessee’s proposal to amend its section 1115 waiver to dramatically restructure its Medicaid program under a block...

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