Hcra-public-goods-pools, we would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.. Public goods pool reporting instructions the new york health care reform act (hcra) enacted by chapter 62 of the laws of 2003, requires that: all electing tpas and most electing monthly payors to file public goods pool reports electronically for reporting periods commencing on and after july 1, 2004., pursuant to section 2807-t (9) of the public health law, specified third party payors wishing to make direct payment for any of their public goods pool obligations must do so for all such obligations;. New york has posted its 2019 covered-lives assessment (cla) rates for graduate medical education under the state's health care reform act (hcra). the hcra imposes on "electing" health claim payers — including self-funded plans — an annual cla, which is based on the number of covered individuals (and families) who live in new york., hcra: “public goods pools” must support nursing students. graduate medical students are supported by public funds amounting to more than $190,000 per student. there is no public funding for nursing students. cstep and step: support is needed to ensure that students are prepared to enter and succeed in the sciences. theses programs are ....

What is the pool? the new york public goods pool is a fund created by the state of new york to finance health care initiatives and care for the indigent within that state. the pool was started in 1997 and is funded by a surcharge tax on all health services rendered in the state of new york.