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Judge Rules HHS Must Immediately End Illegal Reimbursement Cuts to Certain 340B Hospitals for Remainder of 2022 |  AHA News

Judge Rules HHS Must Immediately End Illegal Reimbursement Cuts to Certain 340B Hospitals for Remainder of 2022 | AHA News

The United States District Court for the District of Columbia today ruled in favor of the AHA, finding that the Department of Health and Human Services must immediately end the departments’ illegal reductions in reimbursement rates for outpatients for the remainder of 2022 for certain hospitals that participate in the 340B drug pricing program. “The …

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Emergency rules protect policyholders from cancellation |  Business Observer |  Business Observer

Emergency rules protect policyholders from cancellation | Business Observer | Business Observer

Govt. Ron DeSantis has ordered state insurance companies to delay taking action on property and casualty policies until late November. The emergency order, announced by the Office of Insurance Regulation late Wednesday afternoon, prohibits companies writing policies in the state from canceling or not renewing insurance policies covering property in Florida at unless requested by …

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UnitedHealth, Tenet and DaVita face anti-poaching claims, judge rules

UnitedHealth, Tenet and DaVita face anti-poaching claims, judge rules

A proposed class action lawsuit alleging DaVita affiliates Tenet Healthcare and UnitedHealth Group violated antitrust law by agreeing not to hire each other’s senior employees is progressing, although UnitedHealth does not have to defend itself in the case. U.S. District Court Judge Andrea Wood of the Northern District Court of Illinois ruled on Monday that …

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Arizona judge rules 19th-century abortion ban can go into effect

Arizona judge rules 19th-century abortion ban can go into effect

Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who in July filed a petition asking the court to allow the law to take effect, welcomed the court’s decision. in a tweet Friday. “We commend the court for upholding the will of the legislature and for bringing clarity and consistency to this important issue,” he said. And after: Abortion …

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Medicaid funding rules for states get new look from HHS

The Biden administration is reopening a public comment period on the requirements states must follow to secure a temporary increase in federal matching funds for their Medicaid programs under the Families-First Coronavirus Response Act. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services originally released an Interim Final Rule (IFR) with request for comment on November 1. …

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COVID Update NYC: Judge rules vaccine warrant not valid for PBA members

COVID Update NYC: Judge rules vaccine warrant not valid for PBA members

NEW YORK (WABC) — A judge has ruled that New York City’s COVID vaccine mandate is not valid because it applies to members of the Police Benevolent Association. Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Lyle Frank ruled the city could not fire PBA members for not being vaccinated, suggesting instead that the city incorporate vaccination requirements …

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County health officials relax masking rules on public transit and at airports

County health officials relax masking rules on public transit and at airports

Los Angeles County health officials announced Thursday that face coverings will no longer be recommended on public transit, at airports and in several other places. Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer said the county is aligning with state guidelines on masking as COVID infection and hospitalizations continue to decline in Southland. “Given the proximity of the …

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Corrections fined for breaking TB outbreak rules

Judge rules against Oregon County ban on flavored tobacco

HILLSBORO, Oregon. A Washington County, Oregon, judge has ruled against the county’s 2021 ban on flavored tobacco products, which means adults over 21 can still buy them. Circuit Judge Andrew Erwin wrote in his opinion this week that the decision to ban the licensed retail sale of these products must come from the state, not …

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California court rules in favor of employee who left work to care for terminally ill parent

California court rules in favor of employee who left work to care for terminally ill parent

The department found the plaintiff ineligible for unemployment benefits. An administrative law judge and the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board approved the department’s decision. The plaintiff took the case to the superior court, which dismissed the case without deciding whether it had merit and remanded it for further administrative proceedings. The plaintiff appealed. Read more: …

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Pharmacy Location Rules Applicant Guide

Pharmacy Location Rules Applicant Guide

Downloads Pharmacy Location Rules Applicant Guide Our goal is to provide documents in an accessible format. If you’re having trouble using a document with your accessibility tools, please contact us for help. Publication date: September 19, 2022 Publication type: Procedure Targeted audience: Health sector The description: The manual provides pharmacists with comprehensive information on: the …

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