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ACEP Statement on Texas High School Shooting

WASHINGTON -- In response to the high school shooting today in Santa Fe, Texas, Dr. Paul Kivela, president of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) issued the following statement:

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AMA Marks Milestone in Medical Education As First Students Graduate Under Transformative National Curricula Redesign Initiative

First medical students who received training under national effort begin to graduate this month, including students from NYU, Indiana University, East Carolina University, Oregon Health and Science University, Penn State

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National Nurses Week: Lipscomb Prepares Next Generation of Servant Nurses

Every day nurses play a significant role in the nation's healthcare, and this week the nation is celebrating the profession as part of the American Nurses Association annual National Nurses Week celebration.

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Searching for Sustainable Solutions to the Physician Shortage
Searching for Sustainable Solutions to the Physician Shortage

AAMC calls for a multi-pronged approach to address the looming physician shortage.

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Not Merely Surviving - Thriving
Not Merely Surviving - Thriving

ThriveLogic uses TMS therapy to offer hope to patients battling treatment-resistant depression.

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Council Hosts A Conversation with Jonathan Bush
Council Hosts A Conversation with Jonathan Bush

A recent Nashville Health Care Council program featured Athenahealth's CEO discussing the need for entrepreneurship in a rapidly changing marketplace.

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CMS Proposes Changes to Empower Patients and Reduce Administrative Burden

Changes in Inpatient Prospective Payment System and Long-Term Care Hospital Prospective Payment System would advance price transparency and interoperability

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Feedback on New Direction Request for Information (RFI) Released, CMS Innovation Center's Market-Driven Reforms to Focus on Patient-Centered Care

Request for Information on Provider Contracting Issued

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Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Launches Oncology Division
Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Launches Oncology Division

Nashville-based Cumberland Pharmaceuticals has announced expansion into oncology support with the launch of a new corporate division.

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NMGMA: 10 Minute Takeaway
NMGMA: 10 Minute Takeaway

Helpful employees can fall prey to bad actors using social engineering techniques to obtain sensitive data and information. Sword & Shield expert Teddy Ansink shared tips on keeping vigilant.

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Password Protected
Password Protected

Trying to stay ahead of healthcare hacks can be time consuming and costly. Yet, many medical practices and healthcare companies could significantly lower risks by following simple, inexpensive best practices.

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The Administrative Viewpoint
The Administrative Viewpoint

Revenue, regulations, quality care ... there's plenty to keep practice mangers up at night. Two veterans share insights on looming issues and discuss how they keep their work manageable.

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NMGMA: 10 Minute Takeaway
NMGMA: 10 Minute Takeaway

Corporate culture comes from the people on staff, making the hiring process critical to the overall health of any company.

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ACHEMT Update
ACHEMT Update

A recent meeting of the American College of Healthcare Executives of Middle Tennessee focused on preparedness in the wake of national disasters and mass casualty events.

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Making Sense of MACRA
Making Sense of MACRA

Ready or not, full-year reporting of MACRA is here. There are multiple steps practices can take to make the process easier and more effective.

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MSOs Give Physicians Time to Do What They Do Best - Care for Patients

As demands on practices continue to rise, some physicians are turning to Medical Services Organizations (MSOs) to handle back office functions.

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The Battle over 340B
The Battle over 340B

The battle over 340B continues as hospitals serving some of the nation's most vulnerable patients worry what will happen if $1.6 billion in cuts go through.

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NMGMA: 10 Minute Takeaway
NMGMA: 10 Minute Takeaway

Change is never easy, but Belmont's Melanie Adams helped NMGMA members navigate best practices to enhance successful implementation of change initiatives.

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Wall Street Weighs In for 2018
Wall Street Weighs In for 2018

Top Wall Street analysts shared their industry predictions for 2018 at the Nashville Health Care Council signature event.

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Searching for Middle Ground
Searching for Middle Ground

City and healthcare leaders continue searching for the best way to care for Nashville's most at-risk citizens.

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Matthew Walker: Celebrating 50 Years of Service to the Community
Matthew Walker: Celebrating 50 Years of Service to the Community

Matthew Walker, Tennessee's first federally qualified health center, is celebrating 50 years of service in 2018.

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Mark Your Calendar
Mark Your Calendar

Working in the hectic pace that accompanies healthcare, it's easy to feel overscheduled and short on time. But sometimes the best thing you can do is make time for a meeting.

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Tax Reform is Here ... Proceed with Caution
Tax Reform is Here ... Proceed with Caution

What exactly does the new tax law mean for individuals, medical practices, and healthcare businesses? Even the experts aren't fully sure just yet.

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