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EMS funding bill, approved by Senate, moves to House

March 29, 2022

A Maryland Association of Counties-led bill to increase the amount of Medicaid reimbursement emergency medical services providers receive when they perform their duties is making its way through the General Assembly, having successfully passed the Senate last week. The bill, SB295, looks to increase the rate EMS providers are reimbursed for the transportation and medical costs of taking a patient to a hospital, in hopes of bringing that rate up to meet the impact of inflation.

Article Source: The Daily Record

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