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ANCOR Capitol Correspondence

Expect today's news and updates to change by tomorrow! ANCOR Capitol Correspondence is an electronic bulletin providing the latest information on what is happening on Capitol Hill as well as in and around the Federal Government on major legislative and regulatory issues concerning people with disabilities and the private providers who serve them. ANCOR's Government Relations staff provides at least one bulletin each week when Congress is in session.

New Hampshire Hospitals Ask For Federal Intervention on Medicaid - April 27, 2012
HHS Announces New Options for HCBS - April 27, 2012
GAO Calls for Increased Oversight of Payments and Program Integrity - April 26, 2012
HHS Calls on CMS to Reevaluate Medicare-Medicaid Data Matching Program - April 26, 2012
GAO Predicts Increase in State Budget Gaps - April 26, 2012
CBPP Reports on the Impact Ryan Proposal Could Have Had a Decade Ago - April 23, 2012
Florida Must Provide ABA Treatment to Children with Autism, Court Rules - April 23, 2012
GAO Recommends Options to Increase HUD Program Efficiencies - April 20, 2012
States Cut Services to Compensate for Budget Shortfalls, CBPP Reports - April 18, 2012
Report on Money Follows the Person Demonstration Available - April 18, 2012
HHS Announces Creation of Administration for Community Living - April 18, 2012
ANCOR Offers Tool for Dialogue on Disability Funding - April 17, 2012
KanCare Opponents Concerned Over Impact on People with DD - April 13, 2012
MedPAC Says Care Coordination Works When Properly Implemented - April 13, 2012
HHS Extends ICD-10 Compliance Deadline - April 10, 2012
Kaiser Releases New Briefs on Dual Eligibles - April 10, 2012
Connecticut Cuts Ties with MCOs, Reimburses Providers Directly - April 10, 2012
MedPAC Members Express Concern on CMS' Duals Plan - April 6, 2012
State Medicaid Program Given Extension for Implementation of New Regulations - April 6, 2012
HHS and DOJ Discuss Tools to Combat Medicare Fraud - April 6, 2012

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