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MHA Revue - Issue #596

We are beginning to plan our educational calendar for 2020. Please take a moment and let us know what

MHA Revue

October 17 · Issue #596 · View online
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We are beginning to plan our educational calendar for 2020. Please take a moment and let us know what educational programsyou would like to see offered next year:

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Donald Trump Jr. is coming to Mississippi for a Tate Reeves fundraiser
Fact checking Jim Hood and Tate Reeves in the 2019 gubernatorial debates
SID SALTER: Candidates aren't talking about state's neglect of the mentally ill
Reeves vs. Hood: Plenty for voters to think about
Mississippi Candidates Swap Accusations of Favors for Donors
The Democratic debates have spent 93 minutes on health care
ONC advisory committee mulls adding price transparency focus
Hospital bottom lines could benefit from more clinical integration in the supply chain
Hospital M&A for 2019 slightly above last year's pace
AHA rallies against CMS proposal to allow cardiac, total knee surgeries in ASCs
New Analysis Projects Cost, Coverage Impacts of Single- Payer Plan and Other Health Reform Proposals
More consumers comparison-shop online for healthcare
Proposed Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Reforms Aim To Facilitate Value-Based Care
Proposed accounting changes could bring significant costs and complications for hospitals
Report: Opioid crisis cost U.S. economy $631B from 2015-2018
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