Health Care-Related Expiring Provisions of the 115th Congress, First Session [February 22, 2017] [open pdf - 951KB]
"This report provides descriptions of selected health care-related provisions that are scheduled to expire during the 115th Congress, first session (i.e., during calendar year [CY] 2017). For purposes of this report, expiring provisions are defined as portions of law that are time limited and will lapse once a statutory deadline is reached absent further legislative action. The expiring provisions included in this report are those related to Medicare, Medicaid, State Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and private health insurance programs and activities. The report also includes other health care-related provisions that were last extended under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA; P.L. 114-10). Additionally, this report describes health care-related provisions within the same scope that expired during the 114th Congress, second session (i.e., during CY2016). […] The report provides tables listing the relevant provisions that are scheduled to expire in 2017 and that expired in 2016. The report then describes each listed provision, including a legislative history. An appendix lists relevant demonstration projects and pilot programs that are scheduled to expire in 2017 and that expired in 2016"
|Report Number:||CRS Report for Congress, R44662|
|Author:||Grossman, Joy M.|
|Publisher:||Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service|
|Retrieved From:||Federation of American Scientists: http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/index.html|