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MHA News Now - April 19, 2021


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April 19 · Issue #862 · View online

Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email

$3.8M grant to address shortage of nurse educators in Mississippi
MDOT coordinating COVID-19 vaccination transportation
Mississippi investigation of Medicaid provider Centene builds case for more oversight
Scott Reed: An investor's view of Medicaid expansion
OUR OPINION: Lawmakers should expand Medicaid or voters likely will
Mississippi broadband internet expansion 'pedal to the metal' as federal money flows
Payers, providers clash over telehealth reimbursement as Congress mulls changes
OIG reminds providers in COVID-19 vaccine program not to charge recipients
Number of Preventive Med Doctors Unlikely to Match U.S. Needs
Hospital investments should emphasize the virtual over the physical, Wall Street panelists say
Hospitals, Senior Care Systems Start to Require COVID Vax for Workers
US setting up $1.7B national network to track virus variants
CDC: Half of US adults have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose
'Like somebody gave me a happy pill': Monoclonal antibodies help Americans most at risk for COVID-19
Fauci Predicts J&J Vaccine Returning Friday, Perhaps With Limits, Warnings
Healthcare & PharmaceuticalsJ&J scientists refute ‘class effect’ to blame for clots in those who got its COVID-19 vaccine
Doctors home in on cause of blood clots potentially linked with Covid-19 vaccines
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