Becker's Healthcare August 5, 2022
Cailey Gleeson

CMS in April released a plan to revamp its approach to equitable healthcare, but it has not provided enough details on how it will address critical barriers that may occur during implementation, Janelle Alleyne and Stefanie Doyle wrote in an opinion piece in Bloomberg Law on Aug. 5.

Ms. Alleyne and Ms. Doyle are attorneys at Memphis, Tenn.-based Baker Donelson, one of the largest law firms in the nation. Some of the sections of the plan lacking details, according to Ms. Alleyne and Ms. Doyle, include privacy concerns from new...

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