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May 31 · Issue #76 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by K.K. Williams. Questions? Email kwilliams@mhanet.org.

Mississippi Health Care News
Greenville High, Batson Teachers Host Graduation for Hospitalized Senior
Behavioral Health Corner | South Central Behavioral Health Services
Expansion Set For Yalobusha
Junior League of Jackson donates $400,000 to Children's of MS
North Mississippi Susan G Komen Chapter Closing
Town Hall Meeting in Brandon Discusses Opioid Addiction
New Public Health Districts Effective July 1
Notice for 340B pharmacy providers | Mississippi Division of Medicaid
NMHS, United Health reach agreement
National Health Care News
Cutting H-1B Visas Endangers Scientific Progress For Everyone
GOP Senators Send Letter to CMS, Requesting MA Changes
3 Health Care Trends That Don’t Hinge on the ACA
Trump’s Pick for Mental Health ‘Czar’ Highlights Rift
Influx Of Elderly Patients Forces ER To Practice Comfort Care
Hospital social media activity mostly tied to maternity, recovery
Measuring Value Based On What Matters To Patients: A New Value Assessment Framework
Medicare to cover supervised exercise for heart disease
Patient preferences tug hospital spending toward outpatient facilities
CMS issues guide to MACRA technical assistance resources
Sodium bicarbonate shortage puts surgeries on hold
Health IT
Most consumers would leave a healthcare provider that was struck by ransomware
Ransomware Attacks: How to Protect Your Medical Device Systems
Wanna Cry Exposed Heathcare's Ills
ACA Updates
CBO: The Republican health bill would hurt people with pre-existing conditions
How Medicaid spending caps would hit the states
Senate Strategy on House Health Care Bill: That’s Not Ours
The other implication of the CBO report: Election-year pain
Senators hope to have their own partial health-care draft after next week’s recess
GOP senators gloomy about repeal prospects, but watch out for House repeat
Rural health care would be hurt by Medicaid cuts, Democrats say
Medicaid chief Seema Verma blames Obamacare's collapse on its founders
McConnell Juggling Diverse Demands on Republican Health Bill
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