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TMA President: Insure Tennessee’s stillbirth masks bigger issue of TennCare payment reform

  By Jeff Keeling The Tennessee Medical Association (TMA) supports increased access to medical care for Tennesseans, its president, Kingsport gastroenterologist Dr. Doug Springer, told the Business Journal Jan. 23. That fact, though, didn’t keep the state’s largest professional organization for physicians from initially balking at endorsing Gov. Bill Haslam’s now-dead plan to extend Medicaid (TennCare) ...

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Area business leaders weigh in on cheap oil

  It has been short and very sharp, so crude oil’s plummeting price has had little time to impact industries that rely indirectly on the stuff. But surprised as they may have been by the pace and duration of the decline, many analysts now predict a protracted period of cheap oil. The World Bank’s latest forecast predicts years of prices well below the $100-plus per barrel levels that persisted for more ...

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Server 2003 Sunset Likely to Cause HIPAA Headaches, other problems

By Scott Robertson  When Microsoft announced it would end support for its Windows XP operating system effective April 8, 2014, it caused a flurry of upgrading in the consumer market. Now Microsoft has announced it will end support for its Windows Server 2003 software effective July 14, 2015. The Server 2003 software includes some code that was written as early as 1999. At the time the software was introduce ...

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