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
  OKEMOS, Mich. ‒ March 13 through 19 is National Patient Safety Awareness Week, and the Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) and the National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) encourage Michigan hospitals to help promote awareness of their efforts to save lives and improve the qu... Read More
Healthcare Professionals Share Knowledge to Improve Patient Care and Outcomes OKEMOS, Mich. ‒ More than 35 healthcare professionals, including industry-recognized gurus Donald Berwick, M.D., MPP, president emeritus and senior fellow, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and Dennis Wagn... Read More
Efforts of the MHA Keystone Center and member hospitals are highlighted in a recent New York Times two article series, Reducing Preventable Harm in Hospitals and Hospitals Focus on Doing No Harm. The articles discuss efforts under the Centers for Medicare and Medic... Read More
The following statement can be attributed to The Partnership for Michigan’s Health regarding the Flint water crisis: The first priority of Michigan’s health systems, hospitals and physicians is the health of our communities. As the citizens of Flint find themselves in the midst of a c... Read More
News Releases | January 20
OKEMOS, Mich. — The MHA Keystone Center today released its annual report and video available at www.mhakeystonecenter.org, quantifying Michigan hospitals’ patient safety and quality advancements. Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) Keystone Center interventions con... Read More
News Releases | October 19
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