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MHA News Now - January 29, 2021


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January 29 · Issue #812 · View online
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Mississippi expecting increased COVID-19 vaccine allocation beginning next week
Reeves announces new MEMA director
Hospitals face retroactive Medicare pay cuts for outpatient exception denials
Biden reopens ACA enrollment for three months in opening bid to extend health coverage
U.S. drug prices were more than double those in dozens of countries in 2018
Emergency approval of devices named leading tech hazard in 2021 by ECRI
Hospitals lost $20B by pausing electives last year
Biden kills Trump plan on opioid-treatment prescriptions - The Washington Post
FDA urged to review blood monitoring device’s accuracy for patients of color
Johnson & Johnson vaccine was 72 percent effective in U.S. trial
Mental Health Organizations Join Forces to Battle Pandemic Crisis
Mass vaccination clinics to play key role in ending COVID-19 pandemic
HHS allows more healthcare providers to administer COVID-19 vaccines
CDC reports 16 states have used less than half of their distributed vaccine doses
White House Not Planning to Split $1.9 Trillion Covid Relief Package in Two
Pandemic worsens burnout of female physicians, critical care and infectious docs
CIOs weigh in on the most useful tools for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout
Biden invokes DPA to combat supply shortages, but experts say it's no 'magic wand'
Coronavirus variant first seen in South Africa identified in South Carolina
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