Post Tagged with: "Nashville Health Care Council"

Nashville Health Care Industry Turns to Fellows for the Future

Nashville Health Care Industry Turns to Fellows for the Future

by / on November 12, 2012

Some of the country’s most influential health care companies are banding together to train the industry’s next generation of executives. The Nashville Health Care Council announced its “Fellows” program Monday.

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Individual Mandate the Talk of Health Care Town

Individual Mandate the Talk of Health Care Town

by / on March 19, 2012

The upcoming Supreme Court arguments over the 2010 health care overhaul could be a game-changer for Nashville’s biggest industry. Many health care companies are depending on the controversial requirement that everyone purchase insurance.

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Analysts Expect Burst of Business when Health Care Reforms Kick In

by / on January 27, 2011

Health care analysts believe the industry, with its heavy presence in Nashville, will continue to see slight gains this year. But they see a potential burst of growth when parts of the recent health care overhaul go into effect.

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Health Care Industry Grows Its Share of Nashville Economy

by / on July 7, 2010

Nashville has continued to see more and more health care jobs, even through the economic downturn. A new study from MTSU’s Business and Economic Research Center puts the industry’s total impact at $30 billion. That’s an increase of 60 percent since 2004.

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Small Practices Slow Electronic Health Records Adoption

by / on January 20, 2010

The CEO of Microsoft told Nashville’s health care industry leaders Wednesday small physician practices are making the expansion of electronic records a challenge. Several companies based here could benefit from billions of dollars from the federal government to expand electronic records.

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Health IT’s Long-term Costs Are Unknown

by / on January 19, 2010

Federal funds are making it feasible for health care providers to switch to electronic records. But a panel of financial experts speaking last week to the Nashville Health Care Council said it’s not clear how the numbers for health care IT will look once the stimulus money is gone.

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