Seeking to improve healthcare for Medicaid beneficiaries, CMS issues a flurry of regulations

CMS over the last month published a trio of final rules intended to make the Medicaid program work better for beneficiaries, with implications for healthcare providers. The three rules address eligibility and enrollment, access and Medicaid managed care. Streamlining eligibility and enrollment The first rule addresses administrative barriers in an effort to simplify enrollment processes…

Nick Hut May 1, 2024

Creating sound strategies to manage compensation and benefits regardless of where your employees reside

No doubt there are significant cultural and financial benefits to supporting continued remote and hybrid work in healthcare, particularly in billing/coding, call center, scheduling and administrative roles. Healthcare, however, faces specific challenges as they seek to demystify multi-state tax rules.

HFMA March 29, 2023

Everything you wanted to know about the CARES Act PRF but HHS was afraid to answer through July 16

HFMA's Chad Mulvany says taxing for-profit providers’ PRF funding seems counterproductive, counterintuitive and counter to Congress’s intention, and could particularly hurt independent physician practices.

Chad Mulvany, FHFMA July 22, 2020

HFMA P&P Board Summary of Not for Profit Reporting Model Changes

HFMA’s Principles & Practices (P&P) Board developed this downloadable resource titled “Not for Profit (NFP) Reporting Model Changes Summary.”

HFMA August 6, 2015

HFMA Summary of IRS 501(r) Final Rule

This summary outlines the provisions of the IRS final rule providing requirements for charitable hospital organizations added by the Affordable Care Act.

HFMA January 8, 2015
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