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MHA Revue - Issue #507

Serving those who serve us all...the employees of Mississippi hospitals

MHA Revue

April 15 · Issue #507 · View online
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Serving those who serve us all…the employees of Mississippi hospitals

10 CEOs Transforming Healthcare In America
#MSLeg: Give psychiatry students scholarships to fight shortage in rural Mississippi
April 15 is the day tobacco companies pay $9 billion for tobacco illnesses, but is it enough?
Jim Hood focuses on mental health, healthcare in gubernatorial run
Foster using young political career as an advantage in bid for governor
Velesha Williams: A Black Woman Can Win Mississippi
BOBBY HARRISON: Will Mississippians reclaim history of political debates?
Candidates qualify in 2 redrawn Mississippi Senate districts
HIV Rates Are Rising Across the American South in States That Didn't Expand Medicaid
Medicaid Work Requirements: Do They Actually Help?
Electronic health records lack tools to improve clinical care
Berkeley uses deep learning to address suicide risks among veterans
More Health Systems Adopt Apple Health Records, Data Sharing Tech
Virtual Reality Is Making Surgeon Training Safer
MACPAC recommends changing definition of Medicaid shortfall
The FDA Continues to Remind Facilities of the Importance of Following Duodenoscope Reprocessing Instructions
Resilient health-care law more popular despite Trump’s repeated assaults
Health care needs less #innovation
'Superbugs' found on many hospital patients' hands and what they touch most often
2019 Billing and Coding Changes for Peripherally Inserted Venous Catheters
Physicians' salaries have once again hit an all-time high
McConnell dismisses Medicare for All: Not while GOP controls Senate
HRSA webinar April 30 on grants to develop rural maternal care networks
Q&A: Patrick Kennedy increasing pressure on insurers to boost mental healthcare
FDA Warns Against Sudden Opioid Withdrawal
Azar seeks to counter trend of rural hospital closures
AONE Changes Its Name to Better Reflect Nurse Leadership
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