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MHA Revue - Issue #510

Through a grant, one staff member from each of Mississippi's critical access hospitals can attend our

MHA Revue

April 18 · Issue #510 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email

Through a grant, one staff member from each of Mississippi’s critical access hospitals can attend our May 16 webinar, CMS Hospital QAPI Worksheet and QAPI Conditions of Participation, free of charge. Register online here. For more information, contact Shawn Rossi at

Diagnostic radiologist, wellness educator join Medical Center faculty
UMMC staff receive service recognition
Ochsner Health System Partners with Tyto Care to Expand Telehealth Offerings
CON Weekly Reports 2019
Workforce development gaining traction among business leaders and lawmakers
‘I think he's more electable than Tate’: Four past GOP chairmen throw support to Waller over Reeves
SALTER: Education, healthcare, roads and taxes, as usual, will dominate 2019 elections
Comment now on newly developed hospital standards on perinatal safety
Joint Commission launches Leading the Way to Zero Facebook group
CMS proposes small boost to inpatient rehab facility payments
Eligible hospitals can apply to participate in National Health Service Corps
ONC: Nearly all hospitals use EHR data to inform clinical practice
Top 10 Most Challenging Ambulatory Care and Office-Based Surgery Standards for 2018
Medicare Advantage Enrollment Update 2018
5 names to know at Amazon: the key players behind its health care push
InstaMed Releases Ninth Annual Trends in Healthcare Payments Report
Anti-vaccine activists speaking out at CDC meetings
UnitedHealth posts $3.5B profit in Q1: UnitedHealth Group recorded strong financial results in the first quarter of fiscal year 2019, ending the period with a $3.5 billion profit.
The Rural Virtual Infusion Program
Better quality, lower costs when providers and payers share risk
Remote patient monitoring enables better patient engagement
Industry Voices—6 types of healthcare surveys that can improve patient experiences
What Walmart's walk-in mental health clinic reveals about how to improve care
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