Every day, AHA staff take to Capitol Hill to tell the hospital story, working to educate Congress on key issues and the field’s concerns. We also advocate with federal regulators, provide expert testimony, and highlight the impact proposed changes could have and suggest alternative solutions. Below are the most recent statements the AHA has submitted for the record for congressional hearings or agency panels.
AHA Statement before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health on “Supporting Access to Long-Term Services and Supports: An Examination of the Impacts of Proposed Regulations on Workforce and Access to Care”
AHA Statement Before the Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health Re: Medicare Legislative Proposals
AHA shares the hospital field’s comments on legislative proposals for consideration before the Energy and Commerce Committee Health Subcommittee on Oct. 19.
AHA shares the hospital field’s experience with implementation of the No Surprises Act (NSA) before the House Committee on Ways and Means.
The American Hospital Association would like to provide feedback on sections of H.R. 4822, the “Health Care Price Transparency Act of 2023,” as well as H.R. 3284, the “Providers and Payers COMPETE Act.”
Statement of the American Hospital Association
American Hospital Association (AHA) statement for the record to the Senate Finance Committee to provide the hospital perspective on how hospital mergers and acquisitions can expand and preserve access to quality care.
AHA statement on legislative proposals that are to be considered before the Energy and Commerce Committee on May 24.
AHA statement for the record to the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Health to provide the hospital perspective on how hospital mergers and acquisitions can expand and preserve access to quality care.
AHA Statement to Senate Subcommittee on Medicare Advantage Delays and Denials
AHA shares hospital field’s comments on legislative proposals that are to be considered before the Energy & Commerce Health Subcommittee on May 17.