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Providers breathed a sigh of relief Tuesday morning following the death of the GOP healthcare bill, even as Republicans said they'd move forward with a straight repeal.

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Providers must take a long look at their staff members' competencies and how they communicate with acute-care partners to survive amid a regulatory environment that's constantly ramping up pressure to improve quality, an expert said Monday.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services released two proposals last week that may change where beneficiaries receive joint replacements, and how accountable care organizations deal with the agency's three-day stay rule waiver.

Roughly half a million Medicare beneficiaries receive high amounts of opioids, with nearly 90,000 of those at "serious risk" from the medications, a federal watchdog warns.

Long-term care provider groups expressed disappointment Thursday, lamenting that a revised version of Senate Republicans' healthcare proposal maintained "draconian" provisions from its original iteration.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is hoping to even out the way civil monetary penalties are imposed via recently published revisions to its CMP Analytic Tool.

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