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"health resources services administration" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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The Rural Health Voice
"health resources services administration" Discussed on The Rural Health Voice
"Yeah i think that's the most important thing that we do at nha both from a member standpoint and certainly from a staff standpoint. We have to maintain that. Bipartisan approach. beth. You've seen it over the years when we provide our legislative awards at our policy institute we go out of our way of making sure that we represent equally democrat and republican approach to it. Because i gotta tell ya. I mentioned this when we when i gave the presentation. And you and. I've talked about this many times. The about ninety eight percent of the issues that we deal with in rural health are non partisan almost all the legislation is introduced. The federal level has both a republican and democrat co-sponsor on it. There are two big issues that are out liars and let let's address those number one. The affordable care act. You can't get more partisan than that obviously and it has a tremendous impact on rural population. So that is a partisan issue number. Two is the proper role and responsibility of the federal government dealing with a global pandemic Obviously from a republican perspective. They'd they'd like to see this really handled at the local and state level So we don't currently have a coordinated. Federal approach now change under the new administration. But that's the other aspect that's definitely partisan but that being said gosh beth when you talk about access to broadband telehealth workforce shortages hospital closures. Health disparities all of these topics are are bipartisan. In nature church one of the few things that my congressional representative and i agree on is that closing rural hospitals bat dow. It's bad it's bad for healthcare. It's bad for the economy. It's bad for everything. It's just bad and we need to address that. Oh my gosh yes and you see that falling through when you talk about many of the regulatory issues that we talked about. It's amazing to me that We will have opportunities to deal with regulatory concerns in the new administration but obviously a lot of the staffing that actually really Are the boots on the ground. Within the centers for medicare and medicaid services or the health resources service administration. Or you name. The the agency they retain and remained throughout the changes in the administration. So these are all approaches in issues that it really doesn't matter who's in the white house On how they will proceed and with that when we recorded your video presentation at the time we didn't yet know who would be the next president in. You'd made the assumption that the republicans would retain control the senate. We now know that. Joe biden will be the forty six president and the senate has a fifty fifty split with vice. President harris being the tiebreaker. Does any of that really make a difference for real health advocates. Yes no maybe..