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A new study on hospital finances, the promise of the J & J vaccine, and the state reveals its behavioral health plan.
DPH sends a memo to temporary nursing agencies on rates, MassHealth is now providing free vaccination transportation for members, and the preliminary findings of the COVID-19 Community Impact Survey are out.
Congressional committees are working on health provisions for the COVID package, state vaccine supplies for hospitals will be constrained, and hospitals are heading to court - again -over drug and outpatient payments.
Hospitals are setting up vaccine clinics, there's a new MassHealth hospital-at-home development, and the public health rule may finally be put to rest.
The governor released his budget and people lined up for vaccines, hoping an adequate supply will arrive.
This week sees a new Board leader at MHA and a new President of the United States. Plus, vaccine updates.
The state announced new vaccine recipients and a roadblock to timely OUD treatment was removed.
The focus was on MFAR and vaccines, as well as a new nursing home initiative.
A second vaccine is approved as the state and hospitals issue a holiday warning.
Vaccines are approved, there's a surprise billing agreement, and the SJC supports Governor Baker's COVID-19 orders.
CHIA looks at hospital financials and hospitals concerned about workforce pressures as surge rises.
DPH alerted hospitals to prepare for arrival of vaccines, and CMS announced a new OUD treatment funding opportunity.
The medical community urged caution with holiday gatherings, the State Senate passed a budget, and more.
New field hospitals are coming to fight COVID-19, plus insurers step back from telehealth coverage.
Joe Biden is president-elect; Gov. Baker issued new COVID-19 orders, and the FY21 budget debate is about to begin.
MHA weighed in on the state budget and MHA's Noga and BMC's James are honored.
The state released plans for distributing COVID-19 vaccine, and physician-hospitals re-focus attention on clinician burnout.
Governor files 2021 budget; CHIA report discusses hospital budgets; and MHA gets involved in PPE distribution.
New funding for hospital equity programming, MHA disagrees with a White House order on the benefits of equity discussions, and the 2021 RFA is released.
A sobering report from CHIA, a spending bill keeps the government operating, and tMED lays out its priorities.

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