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Hospitals improving quality through HIIN and addressing a potential uptick in opioid use disorder.
The Senate passed an important healthcare bill, longtime health IT leader is dissolving, and more
The State Senate weighed in with a reform bill and the state and hospitals worked together on a post-acute plan.
Hospital workers took a knee against racism. The focus turned to insurers and their assets. And telehealth continued to garner attention.
The healthcare community weighed in on race, telemedicine was in the spotlight, and Mass. scored well on a palliative care scorecard.
DOI extended the time in which individuals can enroll in health insurance plans, and EOHHS extended deadlines for the Mass HIway.
Hospitals focused on the re-opening of services and assuring patients it's safe to seek care.
MHA weighed in with U.S. HHS and MassHealth on funding, and hospitals prepared for the return of non-COVID-19 patients.
Rep. Neal weighed in on federal COVID-19 funding, and the HPC opined on nurse practitioners. MHA joined an AG initiative to combat domestic abuse.
Funding arrives from DC; hospitals exceed regular ICU capacity.
New funding guidance from DC, plus a call for patients to seek the care they need.
A busy week involving passage of a liability protection bill, a call for more funding, and discussion of how to eventually restart elective surgeries.
Developments relating to expanded workforce and funding, plus an update from New York.
The state and hospital community took action to prepare for the predicted surge of patients.
The state addressed care for those in SNFs, and the federal government offered payment relief.
The healthcare community -- and the globe -- were focused on COVID-19. Here's what happened in Massachusetts.
Developments came fast and furious as the nation grappled with COVID-19
COVID-19 news broke continuously throughout the week and the Supreme Court made a big decision to hear a case that will decide the future of the ACA.
AG Healey went after insurance companies on parity violations, the hospital community prepared for COVID-19 cases, and CHIA/MHA collaborated on a readmissions study.
IHI is looking to partner with health system teams to fulfill its equity-of-care goals; new guidance on MOON forms; plus a look at one hospital's community benefits program.

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