With the Tennessee General Assembly back in full swing, the state's major healthcare associations outline 2020 priorities.
Pros and cons to Gov. Lee's block grant proposal expressed by Tennessee's healthcare leaders.
TMA officials say planning will be a little easier for providers going forward with passage of SB 437/HB 498, which revises a number of provisions about how ... and how often ... health insurance entities can make changes to provider reimbursement agreements during the year.
Despite the uncertainty that comes with a changing administration at the federal level, work moves forward at the state level for the Tennessee Hospital Association, Tennessee Medical Association and Tennessee Nurses Association. Below is a snapshot of priorities and plans for 2017. Additional information is available on each of the statewide organizations' websites.
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