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CMS Releases 2021 Proposed Rule for Quality Payment Program

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FDA ALERT: Updated List of 'Do Not Use' Hand Sanitizers

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Section 1557: Nondiscrimination in Healthcare Understanding and Complying with the Requirements

06-30-2020 11:00 AM

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Do you understand what your responsibilities are regarding Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)? If your answer is no, do not feel alone. Many organizations have struggled with understanding all of the Rule's requirements.

Two of HCP's compliance experts, Loretta Maddox and Chad Schiffman, presented a webinar on June 30, 2020, outlining the original requirements of Section 1557, as well as an explanation of the changes included in the Final Rule that was issued on June 12, 2020.

The Final Rule included a major revision that removed the requirement to include nondiscrimination notices and "taglines" in at least fifteen languages within all "significant communications" to patients and customers.

Are You Prepared? Precautions for Healthcare Organizations: COVID-19

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