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April 2020
SNAP asks members of Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation to support providing additional money for safety-net hospitals in future coronavirus-related legislation.
April 2020
SNAP asks CMS administrator Seema Verma to give special consideration to high-volume Medicaid hospitals when deciding on additional grants to be awarded from federal CARES Act funding for hospitals and health care providers.
March 2020
SNAP asks members of Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation to sign onto a bipartisan letter written by delegation members Brendan Boyle (D) and Mike Kelly (R) asking the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administration to reconsider a proposed regulation that could limit the state’s ability to finance its share of its Medicaid spending and appropriately reimburse providers of high volumes of Medicaid-covered services.
February 2020
SNAP asks members of Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation to sign onto a bipartisan letter written by delegation members Brendan Boyle (D) and Mike Kelly (R) asking the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Administration to reconsider a proposed regulation that could limit the state’s ability to finance its share of its Medicaid spending and appropriately reimburse providers of high volumes of Medicaid-covered services.
January 2020
SNAP asks the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services to withdraw a proposed Medicaid fiscal accountability regulation that grants too much authority to federal regulators, limits states’ ability to finance their share of Medicaid spending, introduces ill-defined standards to the evaluation of state applications to modify their Medicaid programs, and imposes major new regulatory burdens on hospitals and state Medicaid programs.