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Proposes Historic Changes to Modernize Medicare and Restore the Doctor-Patient Relationship

Proposed changes to Medicare Physician Fee Schedule and Quality Payment Program would streamline clinical billing and expand access to high-quality care. On July 12, HMA received this information from CMS... Read below for the full information and how you can provide public feedback on the proposed rules - deadline is Sept. 10, 2018. Today, the [...]

Proposes Historic Changes to Modernize Medicare and Restore the Doctor-Patient Relationship2018-07-16T14:32:54-04:00

President’s Message – July/Aug HMA Today

Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable... Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and passionate concern of dedicated individuals. -Martin Luther King Jr. I’m in love with my job. As I sit at my desk this beautiful summer morning in the Midwest, I am smiling, and [...]

President’s Message – July/Aug HMA Today2018-07-09T09:08:47-04:00

CMS Takes Action to Modernize Medicare Home Health

CMS Action for Home Health Agencies Puts Value Over Volume and Advances MyHealthEData Initiative WASHINGTON DC – Today, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed significant changes to the Home Health Prospective Payment System to strengthen and modernize Medicare, drive value, and focus on individual patient needs rather than volume of care. Specifically, [...]

CMS Takes Action to Modernize Medicare Home Health2018-07-09T08:53:09-04:00

NIDA Drugs and Health Blogs for Teens: Blogs, Videos and other resources

Keep up to date on these timely resources for teens and families that include blog posts, videos and more. The latest NIDA (National Institute of Drug Abuse) blog is “Shatter the Myths About Drugs” to address the indirect way that young people get misinformation about drugs. Join the Drugs & Health NIDA Blogs for Teens. [...]

NIDA Drugs and Health Blogs for Teens: Blogs, Videos and other resources2018-03-22T09:05:01-04:00

Grants Available: Don’t miss these opportunities for funding!

Check out the individual links for each of these grants to find out more information! Aging Retirement Research Foundation Accepting Applications for Projects to Improve Lives of Aging Americans POSTED: February 20, 2018 DEADLINE: May 1, 2018 Grants will be awarded to local and national projects designed to improve the quality of life for older [...]

Grants Available: Don’t miss these opportunities for funding!2018-03-16T14:57:31-04:00

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program

Are you a mid-career healthcare provider working to advance health?  Imagine: having learning resources at your fingertips having an EXECUTIVE COACH for 3 years! having $35K to support your learning (from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) applying that learning to solving a real-world problem in your own community benefitting from a “deep dive”  in the [...]

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program2018-02-13T10:42:33-05:00

Webinar – Opening Your Doors: Congregational Readiness and Recovery Support

Webinar - Opening Your Doors: Congregational Readiness and Recovery Support Wed., Jan. 17, 2018 | 12PM-1PM EST   Is your community ready to support those seeking or who are in recovery for substance-use disorders? Could you offer a self-help support group or a prevention program for young adults? Do you have the support and commitment [...]

Webinar – Opening Your Doors: Congregational Readiness and Recovery Support2018-01-11T12:26:41-05:00

Grant Opportunities – Don’t miss them!

Community-Based Coalition Enhancement Grants to Address Local Drug Crisis/SAMHSA The goal of this program is to prevent and reduce the abuse of opioids or methamphetamines and the abuse of prescription medications among youth ages 12-18 in communities throughout the United States. Application Due Date: Monday, Jan. 29, 2018   Offender Reentry Program/SAMHSA The purpose of [...]

Grant Opportunities – Don’t miss them!2017-12-22T08:28:59-05:00

New Study – ACA – Four in ten cancer cases & deaths linked to modifiable risk factors

New Study Calculates Contribution of Smoking, Poor Diet, Obesity, and Other Modifiable Risk Factors to Cancer in the United States: Four in ten cancer cases & deaths linked to modifiable risk factors! "November 21, 2017–  A new American Cancer Society study calculates the contribution of several modifiable risk factors to cancer occurrence, expanding and clarifying [...]

New Study – ACA – Four in ten cancer cases & deaths linked to modifiable risk factors2017-11-29T08:17:57-05:00
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