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MHA Revue - Issue #95


MHA Revue

July 6 · Issue #95 · View online
Providing you with the latest health care headlines almost daily. Carefully crafted by Shawn Rossi. Questions? Email

Mississippi Reports Its Second West Nile Virus Human Case of 2017
Data: Mississippi Kids Rely on Medicaid; Many in Rural Areas Supporting Trump
State Settles Kids’ Mental Health Litigation
Baptist's first residency attracts new doctors to area
Mississippi Congressmen Must Fight for Medicaid
3-day Mississippi summit will focus on state's opioid crisis
MSU's Camp Jigsaw offers summer fun for autistic children
Initiative confronts sexual violence on campus
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AHA Accepting Applications for AHA Rural Hospital Leadership Award
Rural hospitals struggling, serving populations with many health disparities, report finds
Senate health bill a ‘death sentence’ for rural hospitals
CMS Creates Website to Provide Help for Rural Practices under MACRA QPP
CDC: Opioid prescribing down since 2010, but varies widely
Update: Sodium bicarbonate and other emergency syringe shortages
Opioid prescriptions dropped for the first time in the modern drug crisis
Reimbursement models a roadblock to biosimilar adoption
It won't be an easy road to a national patient identifier
OSHA suspends e-recordkeeping rule
Federal Task Force Calls Cybersecurity a Public Health Concern
Don't be vulnerable. Learn how to protect your organization from cyber attacks. Click the photo for more information.
Emergency preparedness final rule interpretive guidelines survey procedures
KEPRO Implements Online Scheduler for Short Stay Review Education
HHS to Award $70 Million in Grants to Combat the Opioid Crisis | HealthLeaders Media
Hospital Admissions Down, Costs Rise
Webinar - The Use of Health IT to Improve Care Planning and Communication With Aging Adults
McConnell signals doubts about ObamaCare vote
Cruz Walks Health Care Tightrope, With Eye on 2018
Senate Obamacare repeal vote unlikely next week
White House Backs Conservative Health Plan, but G.O.P. Leaders Are Leery
Republicans try to shift health-care blame back to Democrats
GOP promises lower health premiums but ignores all that’s driving them
Republicans ask Dems: Where's your healthcare plan?
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