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The association urged the Department of Homeland Security to exclude nonemergency Medicaid benefits and low-income subsidies for Medicare Part D beneficiaries from the list of programs considered in public charge determinations.

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Hear how essential hospitals Harris Health and NYC Health + Hospitals work with their communities to ensure immigrants get the care they need.

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Learn more about the public charge proposal, and discover how you and your hospital system can prepare for the changes ahead.

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America’s Essential Hospitals is closely reviewing the proposed rule from the Department of Homeland Security and evaluating its potential impact on our members. We encourage all members to review the provisions of the proposed rule, provide us feedback, and submit your own comments to the agency.

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The proposal differs from a previously leaked version and expands the list of public programs for consideration in a public charge determination.

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By creating a strong disincentive to seek care, this rule would force people to forgo medical visits and medications until they are sicker and costlier to treat.

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America's Essential Hospitals has compiled relevant immigration resources to inform essential hospitals about the rights of patients and providers.

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The new directive applies to Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen, but the specifics vary by country.

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As shifting immigration policies begin to impact health care, participants heard from Mayra Joachin of the National Immigration Law Center about a new toolkit designed to help providers understand their rights and those of their patients.

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America’s Essential Hospitals and 57 other groups say restricting admission of certain foreign nationals and refugees will disrupt care, health education, and research.

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Congress must pass a homeland security spending bill this week, and health insurance marketplaces are under scrutiny as oral arguments in the King v. Burwell Supreme Court case begin.

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Including trauma and drug-related bills, CHIP funding extensions, and homeland security

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Also on tap is a Senate vote on homeland security funding that would bar legal status for undocumented immigrants and President Obama's 2016 budget

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Also under consideration is legislation addressing human trafficking, immigration, and border security

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Congress meets this week to pass Keystone Pipeline legislation and Homeland Security funding, considers immigration and veterans' mental health.

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Congress must past spending legislation before Dec. 11, governors request CHIP funding extension, Cassidy defeats Landrieu.

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Impact of president's recent action on immigration could complicate congressional passage of FY 2015 spending bill; leadership changes progress for key health committees in House, Senate

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