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Open enrollment sign-ups for 2021 match 2020's total, says CMS
Jan 13 | Jeff Lagasse
The data indicates enrollment remained stable and more consumers were able to actively enroll or ...
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposes sweeping telehealth reforms
Jan 13 | Kat Jercich
The governor announced legislation this week that would safeguard access to virtual care after the COVID-19 ...
Federal government tells states not to hold vaccine in reserve for second dose
Jan 13 | Susan Morse
The next phase is being opened up for those age 65 and older and for those younger ...
CMS issues final rule on healthcare technology access for seniors
Jan 13 | Jeff Lagasse
The rule is meant to ease undue burden for innovators and speed access to potentially lifesaving ...
Parkland Health and Hospital System turns to online staff training
Jan 12 | Mallory Hackett
More than three-quarters of healthcare professionals report "major or moderate shifts" ...
Workplace violence is 'epidemic and a concern for healthcare'
Jan 12 | Jeff Lagasse
Cleveland Clinic shares best practices as violence is four times more likely in a healthcare ...
Telehealth flexibilities continue and ACOs are held harmless under public health emergency extension
Jan 12 | Susan Morse
Wednesday is the deadline to comment on NCQA's Telehealth ...
HHS invests $8 million to address gaps in rural telehealth through the Telehealth Broadband Pilot Program
Jan 11 | Jeff Lagasse
The program will be implemented in four state community ...
CMS approves first Medicaid block grant waiver in Tennessee
Jan 11 | Mallory Hackett
The approval has been met with opposition over fears that Medicaid block grants cause vulnerable ...
COVID-19 forced psychiatric care online, and patients want it to stay
Jan 11 | Jeff Lagasse
The modality has proven popular with many patients, but policy and reimbursement uncertainties ...

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