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Healthcare workers must be vaccinated by Jan. 4, 2022 and the State Senate begins deliberations on a spending bill. Plus a look at insurance practices.
The focus last week was on insurance company policies, plus MGPO has a new CEO.
MHA takes a look at hospital finances and expresses concern with insurer practices.
MHA takes a look at the downstream effects of redlining plus concerns about the racial bias of kidney tests. Plus MHA makes an ask for ARPA funding.
09.27.2021  | Booster Shots
The rollout of booster shots, plus a look at hospital finances during COVID-19.
MHA made a distinct ask for more behavioral health funding, and state studies look back at pre-pandemic healthcare data.
Developments on mandatory vaccines, PRF money, surprise billing, and more.
As COVID-19 surges again, hospitals are revisiting their disaster plans and response structures.
A look at results of telehealth surveys and a video showing the blood shortage in New England.
MHA's Board of Trustees endorsed a policy requiring vaccines among healthcare workers, and testimony drew attention to the hospital boarding crisis.
Details of the Purdue Pharma settlement and FY2022 State Budget agreement.
Hospitals to impose mandatory vaccines and concern over federal funding head this week's stories.
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.

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