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  • Health care reform implementation issues; HHS/CMS rule on "meaningful use" of electronic health records and certification standards for same; HHS rule governing in-patient hospital prospective payment system.

Duration: to

General Issues: Health Issues, Taxation/Internal Revenue Code

Spending: about $250,000 (But it's complicated. Here's why.)

Agencies lobbied since 2009: House of Representatives, U.S. Senate, Health & Human Services - Dept of (HHS)

Bills mentioned

H.R.3590: Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Sponsor: Charles B. Rangel (D-N.Y.)

H.R.3962: Preservation of Access to Care for Medicare Beneficiaries and Pension...

Sponsor: John D. Dingell (D-Mich.)

S.1796: America's Healthy Future Act of 2009

Sponsor: Max Baucus (D-Mont.)

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Lobbyists named here were listed on a filing related to this lobbying engagement. They may not be working on it now. Occasionally, a single lobbyist whose name is spelled two different ways on filings may be represented twice here.

Lobbyist Covered positions?
Thomas Scully Administrator, Consultant, CMS; Counselor to the Director, Dep. Ass't to the Pres., Dir. for Hum. Res. Vet's and Labor Associate Director for Legislative Affairs, OMB
Colin Roskey Health Policy Advisor and Counsel, Senate Finance Committee
Carolyn Smith Assoc. Dep. Chief of Staff & Leg. Coun., Joint Comm. on Tax.
Mary Langowski Professional Staff, Senate Agriculture Committee
Mark Rayder Leg. Ass't Rep. R. Frelinghuysen District Rep. D. Gallo; Leg. Ass't Rep. T. Latham;
Michael Park Health Policy Counsel, Senate Finance Cmte HHS Policy Coordinator, Office of the Sec. Social Science Research Analyst, CMS
Laura Holland Legislative Aide to Rep. Nathan Deal
Timothy Trysla Sr. Pol. Adv. Off. of Admin., CMS; Off. of Rep. Bill Archer Soc. Sec. Advisory Coun., Steelman Commission
Elinor Hiller n/a
Jennifer Butler n/a
Timorhy Trysla n/a
Tim Trysla n/a

Disclosures Filed

Once a lobbying engagement begins, the lobbyist or firm is required to file updates four times a year. Those updates sometimes change which lobbyists are involved or add new issues being discussed. When lobbyists stop working for a client, the firm is also supposed to file a report disclosing the end of the relationship.

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Source: Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives and Secretary of the Senate

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