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Coronavirus: UK moving towards ‘delay’ phase of virus plan as cases hit 90

Media playback is unsupported on your device UK health officials are moving towards the second phase of their response to the coronavirus outbreak. In the “delay” phase measures will be ramped up to slow the spread of the virus, the country’s chief medical adviser Prof Chris Whitty said. He told MPs it was “highly likely”… Read More »

HHS outlines broad plan to reduce EHR burden

Dive Brief: HHS on Wednesday released a draft strategy aimed at relieving clinicians of some of the administrative and regulatory burdens associated with use of EHRs and other health IT. The 74-page playbook focuses on three broad goals to cut back on clinician burden: reducing time and effort tied to both regulatory reporting requirements and inputting patient… Read More »

CMS approves Michigan Medicaid drug value-based payment plan

Dive Brief: CMS Administrator Seema Verma announced Wednesday the agency has approved a Michigan plan allowing its state Medicaid program to work with drugmakers to allow value-based payment arrangements in an effort to “modernize payment policies.” The proposal is the second to receive a green light, following approval of a similar Oklahoma plan in June.  … Read More »