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Health Change Bulletin                                                                      June 22, 2017

MACRA Webinar: Lessons Learned from the 1st Round PTAC APM Recommendations

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  "When you find yourself as the only ones between people getting access to care and people not getting access to care, your view of the situation becomes very different," 

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  The Senate Bill - now entitled the ‘Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017" in its current Discussion Draft form is 142 pages in length with 208 sections & a 25,000+ word count.

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  Here are the details of Senate Republican Obamacare replacement bill
CNBC, June 22, 2017
Senate GOP releases ObamaCare repeal bill with deep cuts to Medicaid
The Hill, June 22, 2017
GOP Might Buck Senate Rules to Pass Health Care Overhaul
Roll Call, June 21, 2017
After weeks of secrecy, U.S. Senate to unveil healthcare bill
Reuters, June 21, 2017
Dems are limited in their ability to slow ObamaCare vote
The Hill, June 20, 2017
Health plans slam Medicaid cuts in emerging Senate bill
The Hill, June 20, 2017
Republicans prepare for a vote on healthcare next week
HealthLeaders Media, June 20, 2017
What Do Doctors Really Think About the ACA?
MedScape, June 20, 2017
Governors urge Senate leaders to rethink Medicaid cuts
Fierce Healthcare, June 19, 2017
  Senators Discuss Meanings Of Price And Value—And Debate Health Reform
Health Affairs Blog, June 20, 2017
  Newt Gingrich: GOP, slow down on killing ObamaCare
The Hill, June 19, 2017
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Epstein Becker Green Webinar with Attorney Jackie Selby - Substance Use Disorders Crash Course Webinar Series

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Healthsprocket List 
  KFF: 5 Options States Have to Manage Budgets Under a Medicaid Per Capita Cap

1. Raise taxes or make other budget cuts
2. Reduce Medicaid “optional” benefits not required by law
3. Continue reading here

Source: KFF
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