Last month, the Biden Administration released its regulatory agenda, outlining the Administration’s health care priorities for 2022. Included in the agenda were regulatory plans for HHS on major health care issues, including telehealth, behavioral health and provisions implementing the 21st Century Cures Act. In 2022, HHS will also be issuing several rules, including implementing a 340B dispute resolution process and allowing the OIG to impose civil monetary penalties for information blocking. Overall, the issues on the regulatory agenda have been consistent with the Biden Administration’s previous priorities and direction. Read More for additional insight into key health care issues the Biden Administration plans to tackle in 2022. Please visit the HHS agenda for additional changes.

Health Equity
Access to Pharmaceuticals
340B Drug Discount Program
Behavioral Health and Telehealth
Information Blocking and Interoperability
Requirements for Rural Emergency Hospitals

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