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HAP Supports Changes to Ensure High-Quality Care for Trauma Patients

March 14, 2019

To preserve the high-quality care being provided at Pennsylvania’s trauma centers, Representative Bryan Cutler (R-Lancaster) and Representative Michael Schlossberg (D-Lehigh) introduced House Bill 786 this week.

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News Release: Innovative Pilot Aims to Boost Rural Community Health

March 05, 2019

Members of the hospital community joined Wolf Administration leaders today to announce a new pilot program designed to improve rural community health and provide financial stability for rural hospitals.

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PA House Committee Dives into DOH and DDAP Budget Requests

February 26, 2019

Appearing before the House Appropriations Committee, the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs (DDAP) faced questioning from members of the committee about the department’s budgetary requests for the 2019–2020 fiscal year.

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Workforce Stability, Work Requirements, and Minimum Wage Dominate Senate Appropriations Hearing

February 25, 2019

The Department of Labor and Industry, led by Secretary W. Gerard Oleksiak, testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee during this morning’s budget hearing.

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House State Budget Hearings Begin with Independent Fiscal Office

February 11, 2019

Today, the state House Appropriations Committee began its series of Pennsylvania state budget hearings, with testimonies from the Independent Fiscal Office (IFO), Department of Revenue, and Department of Aging.

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Governor Wolf’s Budget Proposal Protects Hospital Supplementals and Tobacco Funds and Spotlights Workforce Development

February 05, 2019

Governor Wolf introduced his proposed state spending plan for the 2019–2020 fiscal year. The budget maintains 2018–2019 funding levels for...

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Governor Wolf Sworn in to Second Term with New Lieutenant Governor Fetterman

January 15, 2019

Today, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D) was sworn in for his second term as the commonwealth’s top executive and John Fetterman (D) was installed as the state’s new Lieutenant Governor.

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News Release: PA Hospitals Congratulate Wolf and Fetterman on Inauguration

January 15, 2019

Earlier today, Governor Tom Wolf was sworn in to a second term and John Fetterman was sworn in as Pennsylvania’s new Lieutenant Governor. Andy Carter, President and CEO of The Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania (HAP), released the following statement following the swearing-in ceremony.

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HAP Congratulates New Committee Chairs, Health Committee Leaders

January 08, 2019

Pennsylvania’s state legislature released committee chair announcements for the 2019–2020 legislative session and there will be a few new faces in the role of chair for the House Health Committee and the Senate Health and Human Services Committee.

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Pennsylvania’s Mid-Year Revenue Collections Exceed Estimates

January 03, 2019

As reported, Pennsylvania’s revenue collections exceeded estimates by more than $400 million for the halfway point of the 2018–2019 fiscal year, thanks to corporate revenue tax and a significant uptick in the sales and use tax. While there is still another six months left in the fiscal year, Governor Wolf’s budget secretary also expressed optimism in the health of Pennsylvania’s fiscal situation when presenting the commonwealth’s mid-year budget briefing.

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Congress Advances Maternal Health Legislation

December 20, 2018

In response to increasing alarm over rising maternal mortality rates and heightened attention to maternal health outcomes, Congress passed two important pieces of legislation designed to prevent maternal deaths and increase access to maternity care.

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Wolf Administration Presents Commonwealth’s Mid-Year Economic Health Status, New Budget Secretary Announced

December 11, 2018

Today, Pennsylvania Budget Secretary Randy Albright announced that he will step down from his role as budget secretary, but not before he presented on the status of the Commonwealth’s economic health at the half-way point of the current fiscal year.

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Bloomberg Philanthropies Commits $10 Million to Fight Opioid Crisis in Pennsylvania

December 03, 2018

Bloomberg Philanthropies announced a $50 million commitment to help combat the U.S. opioid epidemic. Pennsylvania is the first state slated to receive funding, in an amount of $10 million.

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PA’s Independent Fiscal Office Presents State Budget Outlook; Notes Imbalance

November 16, 2018

The state's Independent Fiscal Office state budget outlook shows an imbalance of $1.71 billion for the upcoming fiscal year.

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VIDEO: HAP Digs Deep into Election Results, Implications for PA Hospitals

November 15, 2018

HAP's Andy Carter and association advocates dig into the election results and analyze what they mean for the future of health care in Pennsylvania.

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