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The Next Generation of Health Tech
The Next Generation of Health Tech

Strategic partnerships mean unprecedented HIT advances for Nashville healthcare leader

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Embracing Innovation & Change Benefits Us All
Embracing Innovation & Change Benefits Us All

There's no question: Nashville reigns as the healthcare capital of the United States. If we embrace innovation, our vibrant city can retain - and expand - its leading edge.

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Tech Talk
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Survey: Only One Quarter Of Nursing Homes Confident They Will Make It Through to Next Year

Majority of nursing homes, nearly half of assisted living communities operating at a loss

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Survey: 94 Percent Of Nursing Homes Face Staffing Shortages

The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL), representing more than 14,000 nursing homes and long term care facilities across the country, announced the release of a recent survey of nursing home and assisted living providers across the U.S.

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AMA adopts new policies to rein in burdensome prior authorization policies that delay care
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New AMA policy opposes "excited delirium" diagnosis, use of pharmacological intervention in law enforcement settings
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Susan Bailey, M.D., reflects on AMA leadership and her pandemic presidency
Susan Bailey, M.D., reflects on AMA leadership and her pandemic presidency
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California dermatologist chosen as AMA president-elect

The American Medical Association (AMA) announced the election of Jack Resneck Jr., M.D., a dermatologist from the San Francisco Bay Area, as the new president-elect of the nation's premier physician organization. Following a year-long term as president-elect, Dr. Resneck will assume the office of AMA president in June 2022.

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AMA announced policies adopted on first day of Special Meeting

The American Medical Association (AMA) announced new policies adopted by physician and medical student leaders from all corners of medicine at the Special Meeting of the AMA House of Delegates.

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UPDATE: UnitedHealthcare Policy on Emergency Coverage
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ACEP Condemns UnitedHealthcare's New Policy to Retroactively Deny Emergency Care

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) strongly condemns the dangerous decision by UnitedHealthcare to retroactively deny emergency care claims.

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American Telemedicine Association: Policy Halftime Report As State Legislators Head Into Summer Recess

As most state legislators head into summer recess, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) reflects on a very active first half of the year, which saw all 50 state legislatures introducing new or updated telehealth bills.

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Tennessee rural communities face growing crisis in access to essential health services

With fewer than 65 rural hospitals left to serve Tennessee's rural communities, and half of those estimated to be at high risk of closure, the health of thousands of Tennesseans is in jeopardy, simply because of where they live.

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AMA Analysis Shows Most Physicians Work Outside of Private Practice

Share of physicians who work in physician-owned practices has dropped to less than 50%

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Google Chief Health Officer Dr. Karen DeSalvo Addresses Health Care Council
Google Chief Health Officer Dr. Karen DeSalvo Addresses Health Care Council

On behalf of the Nashville Health Care Council, Sen. Bill Frist, MD, and Google Chief Health Officer Karen DeSalvo, MD, shared a conversation on the tech company's role in healthcare.

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Construction, Design & Real Estate Rounds
Construction, Design & Real Estate Rounds
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Blakeford Expansion Focuses on Form, Function & Fun
Blakeford Expansion Focuses on Form, Function & Fun

Blakeford at Green Hills is in the midst of a major campus expansion and renovation to rethink senior living.

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Celebrating the Annual Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr., Legacy Breakfast
Celebrating the Annual Dr. Matthew Walker, Sr., Legacy Breakfast

The annual event, a fundraiser for the Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center, drew more than 340 virtual attendees for a morning of celebration.

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Healthcare Construction & Design Trends
Healthcare Construction & Design Trends

As the nation begins to emerge from strict pandemic protocols, experts in healthcare design and construction weigh in on trends and considerations.

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AHA Statement On Senate Passage Of Medicare Sequester Relief Legislation
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New Analysis Shows Continued Negative Impact Of COVID-19 On Hospital & Health System Financial Health In 2021

A new analysis prepared by Kaufman, Hall & Associates, LLC and released by the American Hospital Association (AHA) highlights the ongoing consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on the financial stability of hospitals and health systems, threatening their ability to continue to provide essential services to their patients and communities.

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A Fireside Chat on COVID & Health Equity
A Fireside Chat on COVID & Health Equity

Drs. Anthony Fauci and James Hildreth, two noted infectious disease experts, sat down for a virtual fireside chat to discuss

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Workforce Challenges in 2021
Workforce Challenges in 2021

Employers are looking ahead to address challenges while adjusting to the new normal.

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Translating Science into Practice
Translating Science into Practice

Centerstone is training behavioral health providers in a simulated real-world environment to sharpen skills and improve workforce readiness.

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