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To facilitate multi-payer alignment for ambulance services, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation will provide an interactive learning system with targeted learning opportunities for state Medicaid programs.

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Learn how essential hospital The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center initiates medication-assisted treatment in the emergency department for patients with opioid use disorder.

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Recent laws in Arizona, Colorado, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Virginia require paramedics to transport severe stroke patients directly to a hospital with a comprehensive stroke center licensed to perform thrombectomies.

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We now call on the Senate to invest in the nation’s disaster response and public health infrastructure by reauthorizing the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness and Innovation Act.

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Discover how essential hospital Alameda Health System, in Oakland, Calif., improved outcomes with an innovative approach to psychiatric emergency care.

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Discover how the Alternatives to Opioids program at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center helps patients with painful conditions without using opioids, as well as patients with drug dependency and addiction.

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Learn about Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s initiative that connects uninsured, low-income patients to a medical home and a network of donated care.

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The Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity aims to educate providers on Zika screening protocols, clinical interventions, reporting processes and more.

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Near or far away from the big game, essential hospitals stand ready to treat Super Bowl fans.

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Congress meets this week to extend federal funding through Dec. 11. Other legislative considerations include medical device tax, VA authorities, and the Emergency Medical Services for Children Program. Committees will address CHIP, Ebola, and the ACA.

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This week, Congress will likely consider a CR, allowing non-ACA-compliant group health insurance plans through 2018, extending the Emergency Medical Services for Children Program, and several health-related items.

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