• 05.01.22

    State Benchmarking Updates: The State of Play

    See the latest legislative and programmatic health care cost growth benchmarking developments across states.

  • 05.01.22

    Manatt Spotlights

    In each edition, Manatt will feature “deep dive” topics that share new cross-cutting benchmarking program developments as states seek to evolve and advance their cost growth benchmarking programs to meet new regulatory and landscape needs.

  • 05.01.22

    Health Data Corner

    The Health Data Corner compiles the latest state health care data capacity innovations and policy developments, as well as showcases novel data analytic use cases emerging from states.

  • 05.01.22

    Additional Resources

    Browse reports, white papers, and other resources that states, thought leaders, and others have recently published on cost growth benchmarking and improving health care affordability.

  • 04.28.22

    OIG Advisory Opinion Recognizes Legitimacy of Certain Physician-Owned Device Companies

    After years of government skepticism and enforcement activity targeting physician-owned medical device companies, a recent favorable advisory opinion by the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services may offer a degree of comfort to certain manufacturers of ...

  • 04.28.22

    Illinois Adopts Regulations Under Predatory Loan Prevention Act

    The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation has adopted a series of regulations pursuant to the Illinois Predatory Loan Prevention Act.

  • 04.25.22

    Cal/OSHA Issues Revised COVID-19 Workplace Rules

    On Thursday, April 21, 2022, the Standards Board of the California Division of Occupational Safety and Health adopted streamlined COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard regulations after several months of debate regarding whether the state should maintain strict workplace COVID-19 safety ...

  • 04.21.22

    C.D. Cal. Court Denies Class Certification Where Employee Entered Wrong Digit

    A California federal court refused to certify a putative Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action in a lawsuit brought by a plaintiff who received one prerecorded call in error after a gym member’s phone number was entered into the system incorrectly.

  • 04.21.22

    Texas Court Finds COVID Message Meets Emergency Purposes Exception

    Creating a split in authority, a Texas federal court determined that a text message providing information about a free COVID-19 vaccine was covered by the “emergency purposes” exception to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s consent requirement.

  • 04.21.22

    Robocalls Subject of More FCC Cease and Desist Letters

    Continuing its recent trend of cracking down on robocalls, the Federal Communications Commission issued another three cease and desist letters to voice service providers.



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