Efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in a recent New England Journal of Medicine article, A Program to Prevent Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection in Acute Care. The article examines data from Agency for Healthcare Research and... Read More
Efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in a recent University of Michigan Health System article, What It Takes to Protect Hospital Patients from UTIs​. The article examines data from Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (... Read More
The MHA Keystone Center’s poster, Improving Perioperative Pain Control and Reducing Opioid Related Adverse Events was awarded the “Top Poster” recognition during the 18th Annual NPSF Patient Safety Congress in Scottsdale, AZ.   Gregg Meyer, MD, chair of the NPSF Boar... Read More
Efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in a recent Becker's Hospital Review Infection Control & Clinical Quality article, Michigan hospitals, Sepsis Alliance launch statewide sepsis awareness campaign​. The article disc... Read More
Sepsis Alliance and the Michigan Health & Hospital Association’s (MHA) Keystone Center have announced the Michigan Sepsis Challenge Series, the first series in Michigan to raise sepsis awareness through 5K events and other sponsored activities. San Diego – Sepsis Alliance, the fir... Read More
The April 10 MHA Keystone: Pain Management workshop drew 94 attendees to Dearborn from hospitals across Michigan and Illinois to network and learn, as well as 113 individuals who participated in the event’s virtual broadcast. The annual workshop supported patient safety and quality improv... Read More
The MHA Keystone 2016 Patient Safety Organization (PSO) Immersion training held May 3, at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center in East Lansing, brought together MHA Keystone Center PSO members to network and learn. Attending MHA Keystone Center PSO members learned about a wide range of topics i... Read More
The following statement can be attributed to Brian Peters, CEO of the Michigan Health & Hospital Association. The Michigan Health & Hospital Association recognizes the need for increased transparency in healthcare as it relates to patient safety and quality. Michigan hospitals, through th... Read More
News Releases | April 25
The annual 2016 MHA Keystone Center Obstetrics (OB) Workshop on April 20 drew more than 200 attendees to Grand Rapids from hospitals across the state to network and learn. The annual workshop supports patient safety and quality activities in the MHA Keystone: OB collaborative. ... Read More
LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Health & Hospital Association’s longtime lead lobbyist, David Finkbeiner, has announced his retirement effective Dec. 31, 2016. Stepping into the lead role is the association’s current Vice President of Government and Political Affairs, Chris Mitchell. “Dave Finkbeiner ... Read More
News Releases | April 16
Michigan is the Second State to Partner with the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare on a Statewide High Reliability Improvement Effort OKEMOS, Mich. ‒ The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) and its member hospitals have established a long-standing reputation for lea... Read More
The MHA and the MHA Keystone Center hosted our first statewide Twitter chat on March 11. A result of the 10 Things Every Patient in Pain Should Know social media campaign, the chat built upon the work of the MHA Keystone: Pain Management collaborative. Garnering over a million impressions the chat a... Read More
The 2016 MHA Patient Safety & Quality Symposium drew more than 300 clinical and administrative leaders to southeast Michigan to learn how innovative providers are improving patient safety and quality, delivering value, cultivating patient engagement and providing the best clinical care possible ... Read More
LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) announced this year’s winners of its MHA Keystone Center Patient Safety & Quality Leadership Award during the 2016 MHA Patient Safety and Quality Symposium held in Detroit this week. This award recognizes individua... Read More
News Releases | March 09
Patient safety and quality improvement efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in the March 9, 2016 Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare. The newsletter highlights the MHA Keystone Center and Joint Commission Center for Transfor... Read More
OKEMOS, Mich. ‒ The Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) is hosting a statewide Twitter chat March 11 from noon to 1 p.m., ET. A result of the 10 Things Every Patient in Pain Should Know social media campaign, the online Twitter chat will build upon the work of the MHA Keystone: Pain ... Read More
News Releases | March 07
The MHA Keystone Center recently partnered with Engaged Patients and The Empowered Patient Coalition on a social media campaign titled, 10 Things Every Patient in Pain Should Know. Launched Feb. 22 and running through March 2, the goal of the campaign was to educate pat... Read More
Efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in a recent journal publication, Evaluation of the association between Hospital Survey on Patient Safety Culture (HSOPS) measures and catheter-associated infections: results of two national collaborative... Read More
Efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in a recent ECRI Institute article, Health IT Safety Collaborative Releases First Set of Safe Practices. The article discusses efforts of the Partnership for Health IT Patient Safety, ... Read More
10 Things Every Patient in Pain Should Know OKEMOS, Mich. ‒ The Michigan Health & Hospital Association’s (MHA) Keystone Center has partnered with Engaged Patients and The Empowered Patient Coalition on a social media campaign titled, 10 Things Every Patient in Pain Should Know.  Ru... Read More
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