Health Law Washington Beat: Recent Health Industry News

Mintz Levin’s Health Law Practice has assembled the following overview of recent issues and developments that affect the health industry and that will continue to take center stage during the coming months.

In This Issue

*Obama Reiterates His Promise to Revitalize Health Care

*CMS Issues Interim Final Rule Implementing Required Changes to DMEPOS Bidding Program

*CMS Issues Proposed Rules for CLIA and Cytology Proficiency Testing

*OHRP Published New Registration Requirements for IRBs

*CMS Finalizes Medicare Part D Negotiated Pricing Regulation and Additional Remaining Provisions to Medicare Advantage and Part D Programs

*HHS Published Final Rule Revising and Adding HIPAA Electronic Transaction Standards

*Compliance Date for ECD-10 Code Sets Pushed Back to October 1, 2013

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