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>>A Health Care, Privacy, & Employment Law Firm - Focus Law Firm has been serving Arizona and Tennessee since 2016. Our firm concentrates on Health Care (notably Senior Living Institutions), Privacy (United States and EU), and Employment Law matters (from Hiring to Firing). Please look through our site for further information, or please contact us.

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Mississippi lawmakers consider easing restrictions on public hospitals
Posted on Friday February 03, 2023

Government-owned community hospitals are currently not allowed to operate outside of service areas. A proposed bill would let them consolidate or work together.

CMS issues Medicare Advantage, Part D 2024 payment policy notice
Posted on Wednesday February 01, 2023

The notice also included risk adjustment revisions and CMS' plan to implement the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022.

What the end of the federal COVID-19 emergency means for healthcare
Posted on Tuesday January 31, 2023

Here’s what to know about the federal healthcare policies that will expire when the COVD-19 public health emergency declaration ends in May.

Biden to end COVID emergency declarations on May 11
Posted on Monday January 30, 2023

Ending the national emergency and public health emergency declarations would formally restructure the federal response to treat the virus as an endemic threat.

COVID-19 still an emergency but approaching 'inflexion point,' WHO says
Posted on Monday January 30, 2023

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said he hopes 2023 will bring a "new phase in which we reduce hospitalizations and deaths to the lowest possible level."

 

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