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Plans for federal funding revealed and SCOTUS issues an important decision on ACA.
A big insurer took some questionable steps that MHA objected to, plus a look at the end of the COVID-19 state of emergency.
MHA is advocating for more time to ensure telehealth meets its full potential post-pandemic.
SCOTUS is expected to decide soon on key ACA case and DPH wants to track breakthrough COVID-19 cases.
05.24.2021  | The ED Boarding Crisis
The boarding crisis in Massachusetts could get some relief in legislative budgets, nurse licensure compact gets state endorsement, plus an effort to ensure smooth telemedicine progress.
The CDC changed its mask guidance, and the state released a troubling data on opioid use disorder.
New testing guidance, plus a look at the healthcare workforce and a plea for hospital supplies for India.
The Mass. House passed its budget proposal and the president released a sweeping "human infrastructure" plan.
State budget debate begins, federal ACIP re-approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and ONL introduces a creative way to honor caregivers.
A new budget proposal, plus MHA produces PSA to assist wide vaccine rollout.
CHIA's latest report on financials, plus a new AMA survey on insurer practices.
MHA released a community benefits report, the health sector committed to focusing on clinician burnout, and MassHealth extended telehealth flexibilities.
MHA commented on the state budget and the cost growth benchmark.
Vaccinations continued and the CDC helped identify where COVID-19 variants are occurring.
New registration website and study on vaccine reaction, plus much-opposed public health rule is finally shelved.
The focus is on Caring for Caregiver and reducing provider burnout.
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.

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