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The Change Healthcare cyberattack has caused significant disruptions for many healthcare providers, and the Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have released a national resource guide to help affected hospitals and providers obtain the information they need. In a letter introducing the guide, HHS, ASPR and CMS encouraged hospitals and health systems to review the voluntary cybersecurity performance goals that were released earlier this year. Additionally, individuals can access the latest information on the cyberattack through resources provided by the American Hospital Association (AHA) Change Healthcare cyberattack update webpage. These resources include an announcement from CMS on accelerated and advance payments to impacted hospitals and physicians, frequently asked questions, and an informational bulletin on actions states can take to assist Medicaid providers affected by the cyberattack. For further questions or information, individuals can reach out to Molly Smith, AHA group vice president of policy, at mollysmith@aha.org.

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