On March 6, the U.S. Senate narrowly passed a $1.9 trillion bill to provide for COVID-19 financial relief, testing, treatment and vaccination. Because the Senate version of the plan differs from the version the U.S. House of Representatives passed last week, the measure now returns to the House to reconcile differences before President Joe Biden can sign it into law.

Read on for updates on Senate changes to the American Rescue Plan that healthcare providers need to know from McGuireWoods LLP and McGuireWoods Consulting.