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MHA Revue - Issue #14

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January 30 · Issue #14 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by K.K. Williams. Questions? Email kwilliams@mhanet.org.

Mississippi Health Care News
Hall named Employee of the Quarter at NMMC-Iuka
ACA repeal would disproportionately affect hospitals that treat a lot of gunshot victims - Modern Healthcare Modern Healthcare business news, research, data and events
Program helps students pursue medical careers
State, federal Medicaid debates closely watched
HealthWorks! marks 8 years of making healthy fun
Mississippi congressmen on key committees
National Health Care News
'One-in, two-out' executive order could shake up heavily regulated healthcare industry
ACA Repeal & Replacement
The Imperatives for Hospitals While the Repeal Dust Settles
Hospital associations outline for president their top priorities for future of the ACA
McConnell wants to finish work on ObamaCare quickly
GOP lawmakers voice concerns over ObamaCare repea
GOP summit on replacing ACA yields no new details
Small business to Trump: Let us help revamp Obamacare
Drug Prices, Opioids, And Obamacare: A Conversation With Assemblyman Jim Wood
Week ahead: House to begin looking at ObamaCare replacement bills
As GOP Backs Off ACA Repeal, Obama's Medicare Reforms Remain
ACA repeal would disproportionately affect hospitals that treat a lot of gunshot victims
What ACA repeal could mean for mental health coverage
AP poll shows broad concerns about potential health care loss
Trump administration backtracks part way on ACA enrollment outreach
Prevention benefits at risk with an Obamacare repeal
Medicare/Medicaid
GOP plans for Medicaid could cut federal funding at states’ peril
Trump's rule freeze halts efforts to combat fraud in Medicare and Medicaid
Health IT
ATA Releases Three New Guidelines for Practice of Telemedicine
Physician Relations
How Trump's Travel Ban Worsens Doctor Shortage
Majority of Neurologists Report Symptoms of Burnout
Patient Safety & Quality
Safety Engineering Meets Patient Safety via Physician Who's Been to Space
AHE certification program takes infection prevention to higher level
The next frontier in quality care measurement: How patients feel
Outpatient providers need to consider better care transitions, too
Research explores how room design affects patient falls
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