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MHA will continually update this content to make sure that you always have access to the most current ICD-10 information. Reported Issues ICD-10 Training Continue reading
Posted Oct 10, 2015 at ICD-10 Central
To kick off the 2016 Society Membership Enrollment period, the Mississippi Hospital Association is offering current society members and new members a chance to win BIG. Become a member of any one of MHA’s affiliated societies by August 31 for a chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card! You... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2015 at Network with your Peers.
The health care environment is constantly changing and health care leaders need to stay informed about these changes. The Mississippi Hospital Association (MHA) recognizes that you need resources to help you make the critical decisions required to ensure the viability of your hospital, and we hope that you will come... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2015 at Welcome to MHA
Join the Mississippi Hospital Association for our 86th annual Leadership Conference June 6-9, 2017, in Point Clear, Alabama. Information on room reservations is available here. (Room reservation deadline is May 18!) You can register online here. A brochure with a registration form is available here. Tuesday, June 6 - Membership... Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2015 at MHA Leadership Conference
The Bipartisan CEO Council on Health and Innovation (CEO Council) recently issued a report calling on US employers to stem healthcare costs and promote health among the American workforce. "Building Better Health: Innovative Strategies from America's Business Leaders" offers providers insight on employers' priorities for change. Read the full report... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2014 at MHA Health Care Aide
The Obama administration, still facing legal challenges to its requirement that employer health plans provide no-cost birth control to female employees, outlined a new policy on Aug. 22 to ensure that female workers at religiously-affiliated nonprofits can still receive contraception, even if their employers object. Read more here. Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2014 at MHA Health Care Aide