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Connection Newsletter - House passes infrastructure bill; Build Back Better Act advances

The House voted 221-213 on a procedural move that advances a modified version of the Build Back Better Act.

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Connection Newsletter - Staffing Solutions offered through AzHHA’s Affiliated Partner’s Program

Learn how the utilization of international nurses can stabilize your core staffing.

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AzHHA announces new additions to its Board of Directors

Anthony Santiago, MD, CEO of Gila River Healthcare and Jeff Christensen, Area CEO of Encompass Health Tucson have been approved to serve on the 2022 AzHHA Board.

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Connection Newsletter - Senate bill introduced establishing prior authorization requirements under MA plans

This bill would streamline and standardize the prior authorization process which would help eliminate burdensome paperwork and help providers focus on patients.

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Connection Newsletter - OSHA seeks to rescind ADOSH’s oversight of federal safety rules under the Arizona State Plan

AzHHA strongly believes in the effectiveness of the vaccines and programs our members have put in place to protect patients and staff and urged OSHA to withdraw the ETS.

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Connection Newsletter: Executive Order issued to capture COVID-19 data

A new enhanced surveillance advisory requires hospitals to capture COVID-19 related data. 

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Connection Newsletter - AHCCCS releases hospital profitability report

While the report highlights higher statewide profitability in 2020 compared to 2019, there is great variability among hospitals.

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Connection Newsletter - Feedback requested: ADHS ambulance rules

Draft rules include a proposal to base required 911 response times.

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Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association names new Director of Government Relations

Arizona native, Meghan McCabe, joins the AzHHA team as Director of Government Relations.

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Connection Newsletter - ADHS grants requested blanket waivers

AzHHA asked and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) answered with an Administrative Order that is valid for 60 days.

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