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Healthsperien, LLC, is a nationally-recognized health care policy consulting firm focused on federal and state regulatory and legislative policy analysis, advocacy, and implementation issues.

Our mission is to accelerate responsible and sustainable health care system innovation and transformation to improve health outcomes for all, and especially the most vulnerable.

Our team serves clients at the intersection of public policy, business strategy, and government affairs, and we are dedicated to helping organizations navigate the complexities and challenges of health care policy, politics, and regulation.

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Weekly Roundup: September 23, 2022

Inside this Edition Texas Medical Association Files Lawsuit Challenging Departments’ Surprise Billing Final Rule | Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission Holds September Meeting | CMS Reopens Comment Period on Additional State Flexibilities Provided Under the Medicaid Maintenance of Effort Requirement | Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces New Actions and Funding to Address the Overdose Epidemic and Support Recovery | Early Childhood, …

Weekly Roundup: September 12, 2022

Inside this Edition HHS Secretary Releases New Data Related to 988 Lifeline | House Representatives Release RFI Soliciting Feedback on MACRA|   Administration Action |  Medicaid  | Marketplace | Litigation | Research | Our team of experts at Healthsperien are proactively working to support your organization’s ongoing strategic objectives by providing real-time policy updates and analysis, strategic insights, legislative and regulatory advocacy. …

ActNow for Mental Health Releases its First PSA

ActNow for Mental Health (ANMH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding access to mental health services and support, while fighting mental & behavioral health stigma for all young adults (ages 17-32). We focus on communities that have been historically underserved by the health system including LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, people with physical, intellectual, or mental health disabilities, and people who are …

Multicancer Early Detection (MCED) Consortium Releases its First Position Paper

The Multicancer Early Detection (MCED) Consortium, a public-private collaboration between organizations in the U.S. and U.K., has a challenging mission, “To reduce the burden of cancer by evaluating how MCED technologies may improve cancer detection, treatment, and care to benefit all people.” Today, they released their first position paper, Evaluating Multicancer Early Detection (MCED) Technologies For Clinical Use, which explores the landscape of …

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