37 Lawmakers Urge Acting Medicare Chief To Pull Trigger On MCIT Breakthrough Rule
The US House Democrats signed a letter asking acting CMS administrator Liz Richter to put the Medicare Coverage for Innovative Technology program into place as soon as possible.
You may also be interested in...
CMS Kicks Can Down Road By Pushing MCIT Breakthrough Devices Rule To Dec. 15. Here’s Why
In a move that will undoubtedly ruffle industry feathers, the US Medicare agency on 14 May issued a final rule that moves implementation of the Medicare Coverage of Innovative Technology rule to the end of the year.
CMS Pauses The Clock On Implementing Highly Anticipated Medical Device Reimbursement Rule
The rule was set to go into effect 15 March, but the government is delaying it for at least two months to discuss the resources needed for the payments – and whether they’re the right policy to start with.
COVID-19 EUAs To Stay Active After Public Health Emergency Ends
Authorizations in place for diagnostics, personal protective equipment, and other products cleared for emergency use during the pandemic will remain in place until the potential for an outbreak no longer exists or products receive traditional clearances, according to a Federal Register notice issued by HHS this week.