In late March 2022, the White House and HHS released the "Budget in Brief" for FY2023. The President's March proposal may have a variable impact on the actual FY2023 budget, which comes from the Hill this fall.
See the HHS Budget in Brief webpage, with many PDF files, here:
See the 74-page formal HHS budget here (CMS p 27 ff):
See the more conversational, 174-page "budget in brief," here. CMS 74ff, CMMI p. 110ff ($756M).
Note ARHQ interest in digital health (70-71) and CMS interest in digital technology & payments (81). FDA also wants to develop, evaluate, and advance digital health devices to address opioid disorders (23).
See the CMS congressional proposal and justification separately here, a hefty 323 page PDF:
See a two hour presentation featuring Secretary Becerra here:
And prepared speech here, 11pp. Several pages by Becerra on behavioral health (7-9):
With Jason Smith's (R) opening statement here ("everywhere in this budget...failed policies"):
See a nice summary of HHS budget highlights reviewed by AAMC here: