AHA, AMA Move To Dismiss Surprise Billing Case, But Eye New Suit

The American Hospital Association and the American Medical Association Tuesday (Sept. 20) moved to dismiss their suit against the Biden administration’s interim final rule (IFR) on the independent dispute resolution process created by the No Surprises Act, saying the case became moot after the administration released a final rule. But the fight is far from over since AMA and AHA say in a statement that they continue to believe the rule fails to follow congressional intent, and they plan to...
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Inside CMS - 09/22/2022
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Vol. 25, No. 38
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FDA Seeks More Authority, Resources To Regulate Food Supply

FDA is seeking more authority and resources from Congress to better regulate food manufacturers, including those that make infant formula and medical foods, improve the agency’s visibility into the food supply chain, and boost FDA hiring and retention practices. The agency details the requests in a report published Tuesday (Sept. 20) identifying key issues that led to the contamination and subsequent shortage of infant formula in the United States earlier this year. The report is the result of a top-down...
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FDA Week - 09/23/2022
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