Important healthcare news for the week of July 13.
During a July 9 news conference, the governor and her team commented on the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in the state.
The Michigan Department of Health & Human Services recently released a final policy to establish Medicaid program coverage conditions and requirements for the Psychiatric Collaborative Care Model effective for dates of service on and after Aug. 1, 2020.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the MHA is hosting two webinars in July to assist healthcare leaders in planning for continued/future outbreaks and ensuring safe, evidence-based care for coronavirus patients.
The Infection Prevention Boot Camp webinar series gives healthcare staff a thorough understanding of how to create and lead a comprehensive infection prevent and control plan across units and disciplines.
Governor Whitmer and legislative leaders announced an agreement to resolve the fiscal year 2019-2020 budget deficit, which uses a combination of funding from the state Budget Stabilization Fund, federal Coronavirus Relief Funds and cuts to the state budget.
The MHA supports implicit bias training for all healthcare workers as we ensure equitable access and care is provided to all patients.
Med-IQ Inc., in partnership with the National Association of Counties Research Foundation, is hosting the Facebook Live series to offer a comprehensive look at the emerging data on the negative health effects associated with e-cigarette use.
The MHA webinar series Leadership and Resiliency: Navigating Through and Beyond COVID-19 explores several mission-critical leadership qualities leaders need to help traverse this difficult time.
This month’s resources include articles focused on the coronavirus, including the board’s role in safety and COVID-19 recovery, coordinating community response to COVID-19 and addressing underlying causes of healthcare disparities in COVID-19 outcomes.
The MHA continues to keep members apprised of developments during the pandemic through email updates and the MHA Coronavirus webpage.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services recently released a proposed rule to update the Medicare fee-for-service prospective payment system for home health agencies, effective Jan. 1, 2021.
Important healthcare news for the week of June 29.
The MHA continues to keep members apprised of developments during the pandemic through email updates and the MHA Coronavirus webpage. Important updates on how the pandemic is affecting Michigan hospitals are outlined below. ...
The Michigan Legislature addressed multiple pieces of legislation that impact hospitals during the week of June 22 as both chambers prepared for a shortened 2020 summer break.
The MHA webinar series Leadership and Resiliency: Navigating Through and Beyond COVID-19, explores several mission-critical leadership qualities leaders need to help traverse this difficult time.
Normally members would have gathered on Mackinac Island for the MHA Annual Membership Meeting in late June, but the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the association to conduct its business via a virtual format this year. The Board of Trustees held its final session of the program year via video conference...
The MHA Service Corporation convened a meeting of its board of directors June 24 to assess programs and services to support key initiatives in the 2019-2020 MHA Action Plan.
The MHA will host a free webinar from 5 to 6 p.m. July 21 to review the fiduciary duty to plan for engaging in crisis standards of care (CSC) and outline the CSC framework, including the legal authority and ethical considerations, implementation of clinical processes and operations, a...
A federal judge in Washington, DC, recently dismissed the lawsuit challenging the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Price Transparency Final Rule that requires hospitals to disclose their privately negotiated, payer-specific payment rates effective Jan. 1, 2021.