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MHA News Now - March 26, 2021


MHA Revue

March 26 · Issue #849 · View online

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

Registration is open for the #5K4Kids Canopy Cares Run. Save $5 with early bird pricing now through March 31. Race to shine the light on children’s mental health!
Dr. Henry Leis performs first-of-its-kind, minimally-invasive joint replacement for the hand and wrist
Sepehri named director of Quality Management and Medical Informatics
Coronavirus vaccinations in Mississippi meet racial parity among African Americans
Most Mississippians Plan to Get Vaccinated, according to Millsaps College/Chism Strategies
Members of House and Senate meet to hash out differences over medical marijuana bill
‘Incredibly Concerning’ Lawsuit Threatens No-Charge Preventive Care for Millions
Rural hospitals contend with an expensive shift to digital amid shrinking margins
Anxious, Suicidal Teens Often End Up in Overwhelmed ERs. How Can We Improve Systems to Help Everyone?
Most pediatricians believe telehealth is here to stay
Pfizer, BioNTech launch COVID-19 vaccine trial in kids under 12
One-quarter of Americans have now had at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose
SBA to increase lending limit for COVID-19 economic injury disaster loans
Johnson & Johnson to deliver 11 million vaccine doses next week, Biden administration says
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