The latest report from the Partnership for Michigan’s Health shows that healthcare directly employed more than 602,000 Michigan residents in 2017, demonstrating that healthcare continues to be the largest private-sector employer in the state. Read More
The MHA and executives from two MHA-member hospitals provided an informational presentation before members of the Senate Committee on Health Policy and Human Services Feb. 14. Read More
On Feb. 5, a bipartisan group of senators introduced Senate Bill (SB) 80, which would increase the penalties for those committing assault against emergency department personnel. Read More
On Jan. 25, Detroit’s WJR News Talk Radio broadcast the Paul W. Smith “Live from Lansing” show as part of its annual coverage of legislative and policy issues facing the state. Read More
The MHA Board of Trustees has designated workplace safety as a major area of focus for the 2019-2020 program year, and the association and the MHA Keystone Center are planning several initiatives to address the issue. Read More
On Jan. 15, Rep. Mary Whiteford (R-Casco Township) introduced House Bill (HB) 4042, a bill that would allow Michigan to enter an interstate nurse licensure compact. Read More
Twice a year, the state of Michigan conducts Consensus Revenue Estimating Conferences that include the House and Senate Fiscal Agencies and the state treasurer.  Read More
The 2019-2020 state Legislature is underway, as committee assignments in both chambers have been released and bills are being introduced. Read More
Initial bill introductions in the new state Legislature have placed an early focus on auto no-fault insurance reform. Read More
The Michigan Health & Hospital Association will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2019. Read More
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MHA 100 Year Anniversary

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