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MHA News Now - March 31, 2021


MHA Revue

March 31 · Issue #852 · View online

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

Mississippi health officials: Churches should hold off on in-person worship
Medicaid will live on in the Governor’s office and with a budget
Mississippi: No extension of postpartum Medicaid coverage
Medical Marijuana language removed from Harper Grace’s Law ending Senate attempts ahead of court hearing
Medicaid Vital Signs – June-December 2020
What Is Patient Financial Health Literacy, Why Is It Important?
CMS Announces Temporary Claims Processing Hold Anticipating Sequester Suspension Extension
DOJ to investigate UnitedHealth's $13B Change buy
City-Level Data Shows Stark Racial Disparities in Diabetes Deaths
AHA Is Looking for Hospitals and Community Partners to Advance Health Equity
NFP hospital profitability plummeted in 2020 despite expense mitigation strategies, Moody’s reports
Advisory Commission Calls for Temporary Continuation of Expanded Medicare Telehealth Coverage
Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine 100 percent effective in teens
Vaccination Acceptance Growing
Biden to Say 90% of US Adults Eligible for Covid-19 Vaccine in 3 Weeks
What’s Behind the Hispanic Vaccination Gap?
Reminder: HHS Discontinues Distribution of Bamlanivimab as a Single Therapy
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