Posted on April 03, 2017
Michigan hospitals and the Michigan Health and Hospital Association (MHA) are advocating to protect access to high-quality care throughout the state as federal lawmakers consider the repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act, which has the potential to threaten access to care and healthcare coverage for nearly 1 million Michigan residents.
In a recent Bridge Magazine article, "Obamacare survives, but some rural hospitals may not," MHA members Rod Nelson, CEO, Mackinac Straits Health System, St. Ignace, and Lyn Jenks, CEO, Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Hospital, take part in a discussion about how continuing congressional debate over the future of the ACA could impact Michigan's rural hospitals.
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