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MHA News Now - June 16, 2021


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June 16 · Issue #886 · View online

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

Magee General Hospital named Business of the Year
Millions in state funds buoy quest to honor former asylum patients
Mississippi’s vaccine hesitancy problem
Mississippi becomes the first state to jointly sue drug makers and PBMs over the cost of insulin
Hosemann: Invest money for the next couple of generations
State Sen. Chad McMahan pushes for more hearings on Medicaid expansion
Medicaid to increase rate for Wraparound services, enhancing beneficiaries’ choice of providers
Complimentary CME/CE from ACS Education
AAMC estimates 124K more physicians will be needed by 2034, with the largest gap among specialists
Physicians, patients see race and trust in healthcare differently, poll finds
Acute Care Hospital PEPPERs Released
AMA opposes 'excited delirium' as a diagnosis, citing forced sedation
AHA-supported bill would fix Medicare ACO benchmarking flaw
Senate holds hearing on mental health care policy solutions
CMS proposes to pull support from organ acquisitions: A grave threat to the future of U.S. organ transplants and donor programs
Physicians and finance: Managing the differences is critical to building clinical value
MedPAC releases June 2021 report on Medicare and the health care delivery system
CDC releases COVID-19 testing tool
CDC Releases Vaccination Guidance For Hospitals, EDs And Urgent Care Facilities
HHS Creates Hotline to Improve COVID-19 Vaccine Access for People with Disabilities
People hospitalized with COVID-19 now have one overwhelming thing in common. They're not vaccinated.
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