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December 18 · Issue #199 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email srossi@mhanet.org.

Jerri Avery on Mississippi’s opioid crisis
Dr. Robert Smith
Innovative Collaboration Takes on Cardiovascular Health
District 49 Senate candidates make weekend push before Tuesday
Mississippi Medicaid director resigned
UMMC New Pediatric Unit
Opioid rule changes won't throw patients 'to the wolves,' regulator says
Mental health conundrum: Mississippi's slow transition to community
Memorial Hospital at Gulfport makes a big move into Jackson County
Mississippi-Alabama opioid suit part of national consolidation
Hospitals: State report doesn't tell whole story
CEO: MRHC remains in good financial status
Mississippi sees improvement in uninsured rate, access to care
Community Health Centers at Risk of Closing Without Congressional Action
PhRMA Spent Freely As Country Debated Drug Prices
LeadingAge asks CMS to test new model for integrated senior care
GOP leader says Congress will "deal with" mandatory Medicare cuts
US health officials to target high-risk alternative remedies
The Health 202: It's a happy holiday for medical tax breaks, but not Obamacare's individual mandate
Sign-ups show health law's staying power in Trump era
CMS urged to quickly notify hospitals of their BiBA exception status
FCC addresses Rural Health Care Program, net neutrality
Hospitals Are Merging to Face Off With Insurers
Statement on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Conference Report
MACPAC votes to urge Congress to streamline Medicaid waiver process
Toolkit supports safe ambulatory care transitions
How 3 major challenges will shape healthcare IT in 2018
Majority Republican NLRB Reasserts Exclusive Authority to Settle Labor Cases
Center to offer Ebola, infectious disease preparedness workshop
Final GOP tax cut bill has big loss and smaller wins for healthcare stakeholders
White House, Democrat AGs settle cost-sharing payment lawsuit
Telemedicine Advocates Cry Foul Over FCC’s Net Neutrality Plan
Are Alternative Payment Models Here to Stay? A Strategic Perspective
Sen. Susan Collins takes huge leap of faith with tax bill. Critics say she’s getting played.
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