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MHA Revue - Issue #682

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MHA Revue

June 16 · Issue #682 · View online
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Join Carr Riggs & Ingram for a FREE Quick Hits webcast where they will briefly touch on the events of the past 90 days, focusing primarily on the funding streams that were enacted by Congress and distributed (or yet to be distributed) by CMS and other agencies to healthcare providers of all types. They will discuss the prospective accounting for these matters, and, of most importance, the ongoing reporting requirements that are currently anticipated to become due in the first week of July 2020 for many providers. Finally, they will discuss the knowns, unknowns, and “best guesses” about the remainder of currently allotted funds and appropriate usage thereof, as well as potential additional government funding. Register here.

Singing River Health System CEO Lee Bond on plans for Garden Park
Singing River Health System announces plans for acquiring Garden Park Medical Center
HCA to sell hospital, exit Mississippi
UMMC to test plasma as COVID-19 treatment
Mississippi revises outlook for budget year starting July 1
Legislators likely can avoid once feared double digit budget cuts
Debate emerging over how COVID19 delayed FY 2020 income taxes should be budgeted
NMMC nurses attain five emergency nursing certifications
Qualivis: A New Way to Look at Staffing Solutions and Workforce Management
3 Reasons Why Contactless Payments Are the Future for Healthcare
Fire and life safety code changes on the way
Nursing Leaders in a Time of Crisis
Telehealth could replace 7% of healthcare spend if COVID-19 catalyzes broader adoption
MACPAC looks to improve care integration for dual-eligibles
MedPAC: Medicare needs to move faster to value-based payment
MedPAC releases June 2020 report on Medicare and the health care delivery system
HHS Finalizes Rule on Section 1557 Protecting Civil Rights in Healthcare, Restoring the Rule of Law, and Relieving Americans of Billions in Excessive Costs
Telepsychiatry during COVID-19: Understanding the rules
FDA Approves Cue Health’s Point-of-Care COVID-19 Test Using Nasal Swabs
FDA revokes EUAs for hydroxychloroquine, chloroquine for COVID-19 treatment
CDC consolidates testing guidance
Waging the battle against COVID-19
COVID-19 may end up boosting value-based payment
FDA warns of potential remdesivir drug interaction
CDC releases guidance on telehealth benefits, strategies, safeguards
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Burn Rate Calculator
Federal Reserve Board Proposes to Expand Main Street Lending Program to Nonprofit Organizations, Including Hospitals
Payment for Staying Empty? Reimbursing Hospitals for Covid-19 Readiness
Mental Health Policy in the Era of COVID-19
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