Department of Justice

The Department of Justice (DOJ) administers the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), prosecutes violations of federal law, and is responsible for enforcing all civil rights legislation. MHA works with the DOJ on federal legal matters that affect hospitals, health systems, physician organization and other care providers.
A series of federal judges on October 11 stayed a U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) “public charge” rule.
The Trump Administration on May 1 argued in a federal court brief that the entire Affordable Care Act (ACA) should be struck down.
The Trump administration last week asked a U.S. Appeals Court to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act.
Safe injection facilities (SIFs) – a location where people can inject illicit drugs under the supervision of trained staff – are on two distinct paths in the state.
Over the last few years, the Departments of Justice and Health & Human Services have increased their scrutiny of healthcare providers, which has resulted in a broad range of investigations from the FBI, U.S. Attorney Offices, and the FDA.
09.11.2017  | Fraud & Abuse Update
Over the last few years, the Departments of Justice and Health & Human Services have increased their scrutiny of healthcare providers, resulting in a broad range of investigations from the FBI, U.S. Attorney Offices and the FDA at hospitals, skilled

Resources

Click on the links below for easy access to information on important federal healthcare matters and MHA’s advocacy, outreach and other work on these issues.

Both of these include links to members list, committees, and legislation and records.