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At the Wynne Health Group, it’s our mission to help people be healthy. We understand that is at the heart of your mission too. By leveraging our decidedly un-Washington combination of substantive depth and political heft, you can achieve your goals.

With our values in tow, we give you comprehensive insight into the legal and regulatory changes impacting your work and maximize your ability to influence them before they happen.

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Policy Hub is the only comprehensive database of Federal health policy developments, catalogued by over 200 healthcare topics and programs of importance to organizations in the space. Regulations, reimbursement, grants, ACA implementation, hearing summaries, CRS Reports, pending legislation – you get it all here, with comprehensive, expert analysis.

Congress Approves Short-Term CR Through Jan. 19; PAYGO Waiver, Stopgap Funding for CHIP, Certain Extenders Included

The Senate voted 66-32 Friday to approve a four-week stopgap spending bill (text; summary), following the House’s vote of 231-188, now sending the measure to the President’s desk. The continuing resolution (CR) will keep the government open until Jan. 19, and prevents $136 billion in automatic cuts under congressional PAYGO rules, and provides $2.85 billion in short-term Children’s Health Insurance… (Cowey, 12/21/17)
#Budget, #Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) – General, #Community Health Centers (CHCs), #Financing, #Graduate Medical Education (GME)

Surge of Sign-Ups in Final Week of Open Enrollment Nearly Double Total Plan Selections for 2018, But Fall Short of Previous Year

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has released a snapshot from the seventh and final week of 2018 Marketplace Open Enrollment in the 39 states using the federal Healthcare.gov platform. The snapshot reflects a surge of over 4.1 million plan selections between December 10 and December 15 alone, bringing the cumulative plan selections in Healthcare.gov states to more. (Cowey, 12/21/17)
#Eligibility and Enrollment, #Health Insurance Exchanges, #Qualified Health Plans (QHPs)