A May 14 article from Bridge Magazine highlights the ongoing negotiations on auto insurance reform between legislative leaders and the Whitmer administration. The article includes concerns shared by the MHA with the government mandated fee schedule proposed in the latest legislative proposals.
In a May 14 Detroit News article about the legislative negotiations on two bills that would gut Michigan's auto no-fault law, the MHA's Laura Appel discusses how the government-mandated fee schedule in both measures could threaten Michigan's safety net of Level I and II trauma centers.
MHA CEO Brian Peters was among healthcare leaders from across the country featured in a Modern Healthcare piece on meeting the needs of our aging population sponsored by the John A. Hartford Foundation.
On May 7, Chris Mitchell, the MHA's executive vice president, advocacy & public affairs, spoke with WJR's Guy Gordon about the association's concerns with Senate Bill (SB) 1, a proposal that would eviscerate Michigan's auto no-fault insurance law.
The May 4 issue of the Detroit News featured a column from MHA Board of Trustees member Rob Casalou, president & CEO, Trinity Health, Michigan Region, about concerns with the growing popularity of Medicare-for-all proposals and why they're a bad idea for Michigan residents.
MHA CEO Brian Peters wrote an opinion piece published by the The Oakland Press April 6, 2019, on the importance of protecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the consequences a Medicare for All system could hold for patients.
The Detroit Free Press published an article April 5 on the measles outbreak that continues to grow in Michigan.
A March 29 article from Modern Healthcare examines the policy decisions facing state and federal governments, including Michigan, in the wake of a federal judge's ruling on Medicaid work requirement waivers.
A Feb. 28 article by Crain's Detroit Business Reporter Jay Greene covered the release of the 2019 Economic Impact of Healthcare report by the Partnership for Michigan's Health.
Chris Mitchell, executive vice president, Advocacy & Public Affairs, MHA, spoke to Michael Patrick Shiels about the latest efforts to reform Michigan's auto no-fault law for the Michigan's Big Show radio broadcast Feb. 26.
Laura Appel, senior vice president and chief innovation officer at the MHA, spoke to the Detroit Free Press for a Feb. 14, 2019, article examining the potential effect of Medicare for All proposals on Michigan and the nation.
Chris Mitchell, the MHA’s executive vice president, advocacy & public affairs, spoke with Bridge Magazine about the latest efforts to reform Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance program in the 2019-2020 legislative session.
Laura Appel, the MHA’s Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, spoke with Bridge Magazine about the number of counties in rural areas of Michigan without obstetric care at local hospitals.
In a Jan. 3 Detroit Free Press article, Jim Lee, MHA vice president of data policy and analytics, spoke to reporter J.C. Reindl about a new mandate that requires hospitals to post chargemasters online.
MHA CEO Brian Peters spoke to MiBiz.com reporter Mark Sanchez for a Dec. 23 article about the top healthcare issues expected in 2019.
The MHA's Chris Mitchell and Laura Appel spoke to Crain's Detroit Business in a Dec. 17, 2018, article about a last-minute effort to dismantle Michigan's auto no-fault law during the final days of lame duck.
In a Nov. 1 Detroit Free Press article, Laura Appel, senior vice president and chief innovation officer at the MHA, spoke to reporter J.C. Reindl about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on Michigan five years after the program launched.
The AP reported on a two-bill legislative package passed by the Michigan Senate that would reform major components of Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance law.
The MHA voiced its support of a bill that would regulate genetic counseling in Michigan in a June 9 story on MiBiz.com.
A May 7, 2018, article by Dawn Geskus for watchdog.org takes a look at legislation that would require able-bodied adults to work a minimum of 29 hours per week to keep their Medicaid benefits.