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MHA News Now - June 29, 2020

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U.S. News & World Report is running a special series called U.S. News Hospital Heroes highlightin
 

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June 29 · Issue #690 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email srossi@mhanet.org.

U.S. News & World Report is running a special series called U.S. News Hospital Heroes highlighting a diverse array of front-line health care professionals from around the country who have stepped up to help fight COVID-19. They have covered many roles to date but are looking for some unexpected, different types of front line professionals to help round out the series. Some roles, for example, that they’re interested in: a hospital laundry worker, a hospital food service worker, an ambulance driver or a medical interpreter. Here’s more on the series and the profiles they’ve run to date: https://health.usnews.com/hospital-heroes.

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Leadership and Resiliency: Navigating Through and Beyond COVID-19
LAST CHANCE: Free webinar tomorrow on planning for a hurricane response during a pandemic
Health Officials Report Mississippi's First Human Case of West Nile Virus for 2020
NATIONAL
Post-COVID Transformation Toolkit to drive enhanced operations for Intalere members
Self-disruption is the key to health system success in 2020
Health groups want more time before facing info-blocking fines
Physician shortage could top 100,000 by 2033, AAMC predicts
MedPAC Report to Congress: No Surprises but Incomplete — Paul Keckley
CMS Provides Updates, FAQs for Skilled-Nursing Facilities
Risky Assets and Traffic Still Prevalent in Leading Healthcare Orgs
Telehealth feedback sought
COVID-19 UPDATES
U.S. to ship remdesivir to states including California and Texas with rising COVID-19 cases
Hospitals will have to start paying for COVID-19 drug remdesivir this summer
Trump administration considering 'pool testing' for coronavirus, Fauci says. Here's what that means.
Scientists just beginning to understand the many health problems caused by COVID-19 - Reuters
ACL webinar: Connecting Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities to Resources in Rural America in the Face of COVID19
Labs warn COVID-19 testing demand will soon top capacity as new hotspots emerge
Providers push for onshoring PPE, pharmaceutical production
Joint Commission resuming some laboratory survey activities
CMS Updates SNF Waivers for Three-Day Hospital Stay Requirements
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