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This week, the MNA issued false info about Question 1 and rapped a study (before it was even released).
The Massachusetts physician community has joined just about every other group providing care in Massachusetts to oppose Question 1.
The Massachusetts College of Emergency Physicians and Emergency Nurses Association have released a report opposing passage of Question 1 becasue of its effect on ED care.
Did the Massachusetts law that mandated nurse staffing ratios in intensive care units result in any improvements to patient care in those units? A new study says, NO.
The MNA – representing less than 25% of the nurses in the commonwealth – released a television ad last Wednesday and managed in its 30-second length to disseminate false information.
The Massachusetts Nurses Association, representing less than 25% of the nurses in Massachusetts, continued to spread mistruths this week.
Six mayors from across the Commonwealth are the latest to publicly urge voting NO on Question 1 on the state’s November ballot.
The state has released Massachusetts hospital financial performance data for all of 2017 and the picture is not at all rosy.
The state has released Massachusetts hospital financial performance data for all of 2017 and the picture is not at all rosy.
The state has released Massachusetts hospital financial performance data for all of 2017 and the picture is not at all rosy.
The OPPS rule for FY19 contains significant regulatory changes that will result in a substantial reduction to hospital payments under the Medicare program.
The Health Policy Commission last Wednesday announced its SHIFT-Care grant awardees – hospitals and health centers that reach out into their communities to craft innovative programs to reduce avoidable use and to address social issues such as opioid
The Massachusetts Medical Society , representing more than 25,000 physicians and medical students, has joined the coalition opposing the nurse staffing question on the ballot this November.
Massachusetts hospitals didn’t alter their 24/7 mission a bit due to the oppressively hot weather or the July 4 holiday. Here are some of their stories.
The Massachusetts Senior Care Association has joined the Coalition to Protect Patient Safety in opposition to the proposed nurse staffing ballot question.
The Massachusetts hospital community continues to take important steps to address the opioid crisis affecting Massachusetts and the U.S.
The Massachusetts House of Representatives could begin consideration as early as tomorrow on a massive healthcare reform bill.
Mark A. Keroack, M.D., president & CEO of Baystate Health, is the 78th Chair of the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association Board of Trustees. He succeeds Kate Walsh, president & CEO of Boston Medical Center.
The Coalition to Protect Patient Safety has released a television ad that points out the serious patient care deficiencies of a proposed statewide ballot question to impose government-mandated nurse staffing ratios.
Nurses are opposed to government-mandated ratios. They see the rigid ratios as an infringement on their autonomy to use their own judgement, along with that of their peers on a unit, to determine what is best for patients under their collective care.

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