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Arizona hospitals launch maternal health improvement initiative

33 hospitals join forces to protect moms and babies.

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Connection Newsletter - State budget deal is forthcoming

The draft budget includes a $3 billion tax cut to be implemented over three years; more than $300 million for road construction and $65 million for universities.

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Connection Newsletter - Social determinants of health, AHCCS DAP milestone due May 14

More information may be found in AzHHA’s summary of the DAP 2022 Final Public Notice.

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Connection Newsletter - Governor Ducey signs telehealth legislation

CMS is accepting comments on several proposed payment rules. 

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Connection Newsletter - AzCHER conducts first in the nation HERT training

The training course was the first in the nation under the guidance of AzCHER, several hospital networks and the Center of Domestic Preparedness.

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Connection Newsletter - Day 102 of legislative sesssion

 The legislature must pass the state budget before June 30.

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Connection Newsletter - Arizona Supreme Court releases full opinion on striking down ballot initiative

The Supreme Court found the trial court was correct to disqualify certain signatures and upheld the trial court’s decision to disqualify the initiative.

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Connection Newsletter - AHCCCS finalizes differential adjusted payments for 2022

More information may be found in AzHHA’s summary of the DAP 2022 Final Public Notice.

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Connection Newsletter - CMS announces immediate resumption of survey activities

If your hospital or health care system is still experiencing a COVID-19 surge that will make the development and implementation of a POC difficult, you should contact your state agency or CMS location to request an extension.

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AzHHA responds to Executive Order lifting COVID-19 restrictions

AzHHA will continue to urge the public to follow CDC guidelines: get your vaccine, wear a mask and stay home when sick.

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