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MHA Revue - Issue #93


MHA Revue

June 30 · Issue #93 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email

Here are the latest healthcare headlines you need to know to end the week. Thank you for your support! Have a safe and happy holiday!
New USM study shows area health care facilities have $1.4 billion economic impact
Big Changes Taking Place at George Regional Hospital
Neshoba County General Hospital Announces New Outpatient Infusion – Oncology Center
Reports 2017 - Mississippi State Department of Health
The who, what and how much of Mississippi Medicaid
Institute for Disability Studies Expands Nutrition Efforts for Disability Community with Regional Project | Southern Miss Now
Medicaid defies federal order to update hospital plan
The U.S. fertility rate just hit a historic low. Why some demographers are freaking out.
Most physicians are lagging in MACRA understanding, preparedness, joint AMA/KPMG study shows
Prepublication Standards – Standards Revisions to Environment of Care and Life Safety Chapters Related to Life Safety Code Update
HHS issues update on ransomware attack
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AHLA Distance Learning: The Intersection of Public Health and Health Care: Health Care Data and the Law in the 21st Century, Part II: Linking Data and Quality: A Look at Antibiotic Resistance
House approves medical liability reform bill
One year after Pulse Nightclub tragedy, new NFPA standard for preparedness and response to active shooter and/or hostile events being developed
HHS releases playbook on transporting patients with infectious disease
Hospitals handling growing debt loads—for now
Medicare Halts Release of Much-Anticipated Data
GOP adds opioid money to health bill, but its fate remains in doubt
CBO: Senate health bill would reduce Medicaid spending 35% in 2036
Senate Health Bill Could Hit Employer-Sponsored Plans
Why Republicans are thinking of keeping an Obamacare tax on the rich
GOP Health Plan Has Insurer Fund Once Criticized as 'Bailout'
President Trump’s claim Medicaid spending in Senate health bill ‘actually goes up’
Projected Drop in Medicaid Spending Heightens Hurdle for G.O.P. Health Bill
Some Senators in Health Talks Would Keep Tax on Investment Income
Would Senate bill's extra payments to non-expansion states offset overall Medicaid cuts? Hospital groups say no way
Hospital executives lobby senators who could swing the vote on ACA repeal
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