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Expect today's news and updates to change by tomorrow! ANCOR Capitol Correspondence is an electronic bulletin providing the latest information on what is happening on Capitol Hill as well as in and around the Federal Government on major legislative and regulatory issues concerning people with disabilities and the private providers who serve them. ANCOR's Government Relations staff provides at least one bulletin each week when Congress is in session.

U.S. Senators Casey and Toomey Release List of Troubled Nursing Homes - June 10, 2019
Congress Passes Pandemic Preparedness Bill (Covers Zika Virus) - June 10, 2019
CMS Issues RFI on Improving Medicaid through Patients Over Paperwork Initiative; Deadline 8/12 - June 10, 2019
Reminder: Deadline to Speak Up on DOL National Dialogue on 14c is June 14 - June 10, 2019
Arkansas Delays Evaluation of its Medicaid Work Requirements - June 10, 2019
ICYMI: Update from ANCOR’s Center for Business Acumen - June 10, 2019
Resource: Webinar on Delivering Dementia Capable Care - June 10, 2019
Danish Challenges with Integrating Electronic Health Records Form Parallels to EVV Challenges in US - June 10, 2019
Join DOL in a National Online Dialogue on 14c Certificates - June 3, 2019
ANCOR Joins Letter to Senate Requesting Respite Funding - June 3, 2019
Highlight UBIT Challenges: Ask Your U.S. Representatives to Speak Up at Open Hearing - June 3, 2019
House to Start Debating Federal Budget June 12 - June 3, 2019
July 1: On EVV, CMS Will Open Up to State “Good Faith” Exemption Requests - June 3, 2019
DOL to Hold Seminars on 14c Compliance - June 3, 2019
HHS Issues Fact Sheet on Business Associate Liability for HIPAA Violations - June 3, 2019
HHS Finalizes PACE Program – HCBS Will Not Be Included - June 3, 2019
DOL Seeks to Reinstate Collection of Disability Statistics - June 3, 2019
Staff Changes Continue at HHS this Month - June 3, 2019
Attempts to Implement Social Determinants of Health Run Into Regulatory Hurdles - June 3, 2019
DSH Payments Looked at in Congress and Courts - June 3, 2019