On March 11, Leadership Health Care embarks on the organization's annual delegation to D.C. where up-and-coming area healthcare leaders meet with policymakers and thought leaders in the nation's capital.
On Thursday, Oct. 12, President Donald Trump made two decisions that signal significant changes to healthcare.
Reaction to the latest movements on the Senate healthcare reform efforts.
July 18, 2017 ... A pre-dawn vote for 'skinny repeal' failed as Sen. John McCain voted no while making a plea for bipartisan work to craft a healthcare bill that a majority of Democrats and Republicans could both stand behind.
The Senate has now weighed in on their version of ACA 'repeal and replace.' Will it fare better with public sentiment than AHCA has so far?
This year, Congress has worked hard to craft solutions to real challenges being experienced in the healthcare marketplace. The fact is that in many states the individual insurance market needs to offer more health plan options at lower cost for Tennesseans. We need Congress to act now.
The American Hospital Association has sent a letter to the U.S. Senate outlining the organization's hope that healthcare deliberations keep coverage at the center of the conversation for patients and the providers who care for them.
On May 15, the American Medical Association (AMA) urged Senate leaders to keep in mind patients at risk of losing their insurance coverage. "Significant changes to the ACA or Medicaid program potentially threaten the ability for millions of Americans to obtain and retain coverage. It is these citizens, constituents, and patients who should be at the center of this debate," wrote AMA CEO James L. Madara, MD.
Rep. Jim Cooper calls on healthcare industry leaders and providers to share their insights and expertise to help improve care across America.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn makes the case for competition, including the ability to purchase health insurance across state lines, as a key to affordable, accessible, patient-centered care.
Tennessee's rural hospitals play many roles in a community from the delivery of healthcare to serving as a major economic engine.
A growing recognition that health happens throughout communities has led to increasing emphasis on the social determinants of health and a host of innovative interventions.
With ACA repeal and replace in full swing, Leadership Health Care continues the streak of planning the annual trek to Washington, D.C. at pivotal moments impacting the healthcare industry.
Nation's largest association of physicians calls on Congress to carefully consider 'replace' before 'repeal' to ensure no loss of coverage and access to care.
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