HHS plans to renew the public health emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic before the declaration expires July 25, according to department spokesman Michael Caputo. The move would add 90 days to the emergency declaration and allow providers to keep using waivers and flexibilities introduced during the pandemic, including those that promote telehealth and the changes made by the CMS to the Medicare Shared Savings Program for accountable care organizations.
HHS plans to renew COVID-19 public health emergency
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