As Michigan hospitals continue to address the COVID-19 pandemic, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests on topics such as bed, testing and supply availability.
As Michigan enters the fourth week responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests on topics such as bed, testing and supply availability.
As Michigan enters the third week responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests on topics such as executive actions, funding, testing and supplies.
As Michigan enters the second week of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests on topics of emergency preparedness, testing and supplies.
Media outlets from across Michigan included interviews or statements from the MHA following the confirmation of the first two presumed cases of COVID-19 in Michigan March 10.
An article from Bridge Magazine shows hospitals far exceed the industry average regarding the existence of employee wellness programs.
Bridge Magazine published an article Mar. 4 on the U.S. District Court’s ruling that invalidates Medicaid work requirements in Michigan.
Laura Appel, senior vice president and chief innovation officer, appears in a Mar. 2 Interlochen Public Radio story discussing the healthcare challenges facing rural Michigan.
Crain’s Detroit Business published an article Feb. 28 on the release of the 2020 Economic Impact of Healthcare in Michigan report.
Brittany Bogan, senior vice president of safety & quality, MHA, and executive director of the MHA Keystone Center, discussed maternal health Feb. 22 on the Women Who Lead Radio Show on WJR 760AM.
MiBiz published an article Feb. 16 that reviews Gov. Whitmer’s call to incorporate elements of the federal Affordable Care Act into state law.
On Feb. 5 the Department of Insurance and Financial Services announced the launch of a new website, hotline and additional resources for Michigan drivers on the new no-fault auto insurance law.
Ruthanne Sudderth, senior vice president, public affairs and communications, appears in a Feb. 2 Crain’s Detroit Business article discussing the launch of a public education campaign on the new auto insurance law.
On Jan. 30, the MHA sponsored the WJR News Talk Radio broadcast of the Paul W. Smith “Live from Lansing” show as part of its annual coverage of legislative and policy issues facing the state.
Laura Appel, senior vice president and chief innovation officer, appears in a Jan. 27 Bridge Magazine article discussing the potential impact from Medicare for All plans on Michigan hospitals and other healthcare providers.
The MHA received coverage from several media outlets across the state following the public release of research that finds Michigan’s 7.2 million motorists are largely unfamiliar with the state’s new auto no-fault insurance law that will take effect July 1.
Adam Carlson, the MHA’s senior director of government & political affairs, was interviewed by WCMU Public Radio on Jan. 9 for a story on Senate Bill 670, which would exempt critical access hospitals from Certificate of Need oversight.
A story published Jan. 10 by the Lansing State Journal reviews a study published by the National Center for Health Statistics on the overall decline in opioid prescriptions issued after an emergency room visit.
On Jan. 8 Bridge Magazine published an article on a seven-bill package introduced in the Michigan Senate that would reform Certificate of Need.
On Dec. 6 MiBiz published an article that recaps testimony heard Dec. 5 in the Senate Health Policy Committee on a seven-bill package that would reform Certificate of Need.