WASHINGTON – Bipartisan, bicameral Sen. Jacky Rosen (D-NV), who retired from the US Senate last month. Improving outcomes by better investing in lifesaving equipment for (mobile) healthcare law with Congresswoman Susie Lee (NV-03) recently passed the US House of Representatives and now heads to the President’s desk to be signed into law. The legislation gives community health centers the flexibility to use federal funds to establish new, mobile health care services to increase access to health care in rural and underserved communities.
KVVU Las Vegas: Rosen’s bipartisan, bicameral MOBILE Health Care Act heads to the president’s desk
Reporter: “This bill allows health centers to use grant funding to establish new so-called ‘access points’…
Rosen: “It’s really just going to expand what our health clinics can do everywhere, not just in my state of Nevada, but all over the country.”
KOLO Reno: Rosen’s bipartisan, bicameral MOBILE Health Care Act heads to the president’s desk
Reporter: “Rosen created legislation that had overwhelming bipartisan support. Under the previous law, if a healthcare center wanted to create a mobile website, they would also have to create a permanent website. This new bill removes that requirement in hopes of encouraging more mobile centers.
Politico Pulse: MOBILE healthcare is coming to Biden’s desk
- A bill that would allow community health centers to use federal funds to establish new, mobile health care sites in rural and underserved communities has passed the House … and is now headed to President Joe Biden’s desk.
- The bipartisan initiative, “Maximizing Outcomes Through Better Investments in Lifesaving Equipment for (Mobile) Healthcare,” was sponsored by Sens. Jacky Rosen (D-Nev.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Rep. Susie Lee (D-Nev.) and Richard Hudson (RN.C.).