AHA: Senate Passes Omnibus Spending Bill with Health Provisions
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10 Jan AHA: Senate Passes Omnibus Spending Bill with Health Provisions

“The House of Representatives Dec. 23 passed an amended version of the $1.7 trillion omnibus appropriations bill that funds the federal government through the end of the current fiscal year. The Senate passed the bill Dec. 22. Congress also passed another short-term continuing resolution through Dec. 30 to allow time for the more than 4,000-page legislation to be enrolled. The president is expected to sign the continuing resolution ahead of the Friday deadline when current government funding is set to expire and to sign the omnibus bill into law next week. The legislation includes many provisions important to hospitals and health systems.”

Read more: https://www.aha.org/special-bulletin/2022-12-20-appropriations-committees-release-omnibus-spending-bill-health-provisions



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