By Monica E. Oss President Biden signed 25 executive orders and an additional 20 memorandums and proclamations in his first 10 days on the job. Many of the executive actions are related to health and human services. Here’s a sample: Expanding the public health emergency period (see HHS Extends COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Into April 2021). Reopening the federal health care marketplace from February 15 to May 15 for a “Special Enrollment Period” (SEP) to give Americans who need coverage during the coronavirus pandemic an extended chance to buy health plans—and spending $50 million in these three months to increase public awareness of the…
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