CMS Waivers For Hospitals Under COVID-19: An overview of compliance considerations - Part III
Marti Arvin joins us for part three of our series to discuss compliance considerations around the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Waivers (CMS) that were issued for hospitals under the Public Health Emergency. In part one of this series, Marti covers a number of the section 1135 waivers issued by CMS to support teaching hospitals, teaching physicians, acute care, and other hospitals. Marti also discusses specific waivers and compliance considerations associated with the waiver.
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