Minnesota Hospital Association

Policy & Advocacy

rules, regulations and comments

The Minnesota Hospital Association continually monitors state and federal rules and regulations to keep members informed and advocates on behalf of members regarding the impact of regulations on the state’s hospitals and health systems. MHA submits comment letters to share recommendations and feedback with the appropriate government organizations and health care stakeholders. Examples of rules and regulations that MHA addresses include those implementing federal or state health care reform efforts, changing payment methodologies, establishing community benefit or other standards for tax-exempt organizations, or modifying government oversight of health care activities.

Entries for August 2017

MHA comments on Medicaid DSH Allotment Cuts

August 2017

MHA offers the comments and suggestions regarding the Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services’ (CMS) proposed rule for 2018 Medicaid Program; State DisproportionateShare Hospital Allotment Reductions (CMS-2394-P).

MHA PILOT letter to Citizens League

August 2017

The Minnesota Hospital Association (MHA) offers the following comments regarding the final draft of the Citizens’ League report to the St. Paul City Council in support of our members in St. Paul, as well as on behalf of our entire membership who might be impacted if St. Paul’s decisions or approaches would become a precedent for other communities.