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April 24 · Issue #58 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email srossi@mhanet.org.

Mississippi Health Care News
Patients adored, colleagues praised Connie McCaa
OCH Receives an “A” for Patient Safety in Spring 2017
Novitas Medicare Symposiums in Hattiesburg and New Orleans
National Health Care News
AHA surveying hospitals on Lean approaches to performance improvement
The AHA’s Health Research & Educational Trust affiliate is surveying adult and pediatric acute-care hospitals about their use of Lean approaches to performance improvement to aid in future educational programming and policy initiatives. Instructions for accessing the National Survey of Lean/Transformational Performance Improvement in Hospitals were mailed to hospital CEOs this week. Participants will receive a confidential feedback report comparing your performance improvement assessment with that of other hospitals nationally. For more on the survey, a partnership with the Center for Lean Engagement and Research in Healthcare at the University of California, Berkeley, contact AHA Survey Support at surveysupport@aha.org or 800-530-9092.
CDC issues recommendations for managing suspected Shigella infections
CMS posts public health, registry EHR readiness data
Rural Community Hospital Demonstration applications due May 17
RAND study: MACRA could cause $250B drop in hospital Medicare revenue by 2030
Fake HHS OIG phone scam targets thousands
FDA issues new warnings about the use of codeine and tramadol in children & nursing mothers
ACA Updates
Ryan: GOP putting 'finishing touches' on healthcare bill
A New G.O.P. Health Proposal Evokes the Old Days
Revised ACA Repeal and Replace Bill Likely to Increase the Uninsured Rate and Health Insurance Costs for Many
Donald Trump: Health Care Bill in No Rush to Pass
Trump Issues New Warnings on Demise of Affordable Care Act
Ryan promises to keep government open — and makes no promises on health care
Trump: ObamaCare will die without 'big money'
Trump: ObamaCare will die without 'big money' | TheHill
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