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MHA Revue - Issue #573

Just a reminder that Primary runoff elections are Tuesday, August 27.  You are able to vote in the ru

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August 22 · Issue #573 · View online
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Just a reminder that Primary runoff elections are Tuesday, August 27
You are able to vote in the runoff even if you didn’t vote in the first primary election a couple of weeks ago and even if you voted in a different party primary in previous years. However, if you voted in the primary on August 6th , you must vote in the same party’s runoff – in other words, you cannot switch parties in the runoff election during the same primary election cycle.       
There are no statewide runoffs in the Democrat party. There are two in the Republican party – Governor and Attorney General. The Friends of Mississippi Hospitals PAC has contributed to Bill Waller in the Republican primary for Governor. The Friends PAC has not made a contribution in the Attorney General race. If you’d like to know which candidates received a contribution from the Friends PAC in legislative races, contact Richard Roberson at (601) 368-3390 or   
Please go vote on Tuesday!  #operationhealthyvote

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NMMC-Eupora named outstanding rural hospital
Anatomy of change: Pull-schedule session starts peds tower transition
atom Alliance Provider Opioid Dashboards Gain National Interest
Memorial Hospital Receives Get with The Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award
MHA runs from Obamacare moniker – asserts Medicaid expansion is not Obamacare expansion
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Tate Reeves spends big in final days before Republican governor’s runoff against Bill Waller
Medicaid, Education at Center of Waller v. Reeves Runoff
Reeves and Waller talk Medicaid, roads and conservatism in sleepy GOP runoff debate
‘Shared Belief’: McDaniel Endorses Reeves to Block Medicaid Expansion
ANDY TAGGART — I will be a steward of the state’s law enforcement resources
Perspective: Gearing up for a busy September on Capitol Hill
Rating the Raters: An Evaluation of Publicly Reported Hospital Quality Rating Systems
ABIM to develop continuous option for board recertification
Breaking Bias: A road map to boost women and minorities into healthcare leadership
No Place Like Home: Home Recovery Care Brought to the Patient
Hospitals urge CMS to eliminate 'temporary' codes for nonphysician services
Health Orgs Still Struggle with Patient Billing
Providers see convenient care as both a threat and an opportunity, survey finds
'If we're going to have price transparency then we ought to have it for everyone'
Lack of Price Transparency Biggest Factor to Negative Patient Experience
Healthcare leads in data breaches reported, survey finds
Patient-physician texts after ortho surgery boost satisfaction
How one provider gained $306,000 in new revenue with patient relationship management tech
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Trump health chief: Officials actively 'working on' ObamaCare replacement plan
Did the Affordable Care Act Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Insurance Coverage?
High hospital costs? This may be why.
Slavitt on the ACA: It’s a Fixer-Upper, Not a Teardown
ACOs lowered spending in rural, underserved areas
Addressing Rural Hospital Closures Through Infrastructure Reform
How bad is the nursing shortage?
Tech helping to alleviate nurse shortage, experience gaps
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