The MHA has compiled a collection of media stories from the week of Sept. 20 that includes references to the MHA related to COVID-19 and the statewide healthcare workforce shortage.
The MHA submitted comments on two proposed rules for Medicare payment systems in calendar year 2022 that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently released.
The complex, fast-paced care delivered in surgical units can result in higher-than-expected errors. Wrong-patient mistakes, communication errors with anesthesiologists, and inadequate care may all occur while a patient awakens from anesthesia.
MHA CEO Brian Peters discusses how hospital operations, public health, and economic vitality are all inextricably linked in Michigan communities, particularly with the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Michigan Legislature approved Sept. 22 the fiscal year (FY) 2022 state budget. The governor has indicated support for the budget that goes into effect Oct. 1, and the agreement protects vital funding sources for patient care ...
MHA CEO Brian Peters issued a statement expressing how the MHA values the work of the Michigan Legislature of the fiscal year 2022 state budget.
The MHA released a new episode of the MiCare Champion Cast, which features interviews with healthcare policy experts in Michigan on key issues that impact healthcare and the health of communities.
The Michigan Health & Hospital Association has been ranked No.43 among healthcare suppliers in Modern Healthcare’s 2021 Best Places to Work award program.
As part of an educational series from the MHA Endorsed Business Partners, Salary.com shared the following three resources for hospital leaders to consider in developing compensation strategies. ...
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
Upcoming events and important healthcare news for the week of September 20.
The Senate Government Operations Committee took testimony Sept. 14 on a pair of bills that would make several changes to Michigan’s behavioral health system.
COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations have continued to climb in Michigan, with 1,356 adults and 17 children hospitalized Sept. 17 with confirmed cases. The total number of confirmed cases in the state since the pandemic began ...
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan will provide $5 million through 2024 to expand the MHA Keystone Center’s quality and safety improvement programs.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has issued a new interim policy, Coronavirus Pandemic: Safe Opening and Operation Work Eligible for Public Assistance. This interim policy supersedes version 1 that was published April 5, 2021.
The latest edition of Trustee Insights, the monthly digital package from the American Hospital Association, is now available. This month’s issue includes an article about the board’s role in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Nancy McKeague, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, MHA chief operating officer, participated in the conference as a panelist for a discussion titled “The Great Resignation,” where panelists discussed the ongoing trend of employees voluntarily leaving their jobs as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The MHA has compiled a collection of media stories that includes references to the MHA related to COVID-19 and the statewide healthcare workforce shortage.
The MHA will host a cybersecurity member forum from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 19 at the Henry Center for Executive Development.
The role of case management is central to many healthcare structures, including value-based reimbursement, bundled payments, care transitions and accountable care organizations.