Entries for 'COVID-19'

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a supplemental budget bill July 26, appropriating $160 million in funding for Michigan hospitals that is intended to account for the cost of treating COVID-19 patients throughout the pandemic. ...
Member News | July 27
The final webinar in an ongoing series on leadership approaches designed to assist with post-pandemic strategic planning will address strategies for strengthening rural healthcare. Rural Healthcare Delivery in Recovery is ...
Member News | July 21
As the coronavirus pandemic has unfolded, hospitals across the country asked how the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) would apply when they are met with individuals coming to their facilities with a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis.
Member News | July 21
Chris Mitchell, executive vice president, advocacy & public affairs, MHA, discussed the financial and staffing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan with State of Reform, FOX 47 News and WILX News 10 during the week of July 12.
MHA In The News | July 15
According to a new report from The Commonwealth Fund, the country’s rapid rollout of COVID-19 vaccines and continuing vaccination efforts have saved about 279,000 lives and avoided 1.25 hospitalizations in the United States. ...
The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant impacts on communities, patients and the hospitals that serve them and has severely affected hospital finances. Questions have arisen regarding how pandemic-related expenses, revenues and revenue losses should be reported as community benefits on I...
Member News | July 08
​Bridge Michigan published an article June 30 on the increased spread of the Delta coronavirus variant and a potential surge of COVID-19 cases.
MHA In The News | July 06
As the MHA begins a new program year, MHA CEO Brian Peters discusses the association's work in our nation's capitol to improve healthcare funding and increase access to affordable services and health coverage.
MHA Rounds | July 01
As the coronavirus pandemic has unfolded, hospitals across the country asked how the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act would apply when they are met with individuals coming to their facilities with a suspected or ...
Member News | June 28
The COVID-19 vaccines appear to be effective in protecting against serious illness from the more contagious delta variant of the virus. However, the variant continues to infect many in regions throughout the world, with news reports ...
The MHA announced the winner of its 2021 Advancing Safe Care Award June 24, honoring a dedicated team at Bronson Healthcare, Kalamazoo, for creating and supporting Bronson’s Community Partnered Vaccine Clinics and Health Equity project. ...
The MHA Board of Trustees concluded the 2020-2021 program year by holding its first in-person meeting of the year at the MHA offices in Okemos for fully vaccinated attendees. As with every meeting since the onset ...
Member News | June 24
Nearly 61 percent of Michiganders ages 16 and over had received a COVID-19 vaccine as of June 17, supporting the state’s decision to rescind public health orders related to slowing the spread of the disease ...
Member News | June 18
MHA CEO Brian Peters was quoted by the Detroit Free Press and Crain's Detroit Business on the role the COVID-19 vaccine has had in allowing the lifting of public health orders June 22 that required masks and limited gathering capacities.
MHA In The News | June 18
MHA CEO Brian Peters issued a statement expressing the role the COVID-19 vaccine has had in allowing the lifting of public health orders June 22 that required masks and limited gathering capacities.
The final two webinars in an ongoing series on leadership approaches designed to assist with post-pandemic strategic planning are scheduled for July 15 and Aug. 19 from noon to 1 p.m. EDT. ...
Member News | June 16
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Monday Report | June 14
The Michigan First-Dose Tracker indicates that, as of June 10, 60% of Michiganders ages 16 and over had received a COVID-19 vaccine. By June 12, more than 892,000 cases of COVID-19 had been confirmed in ...
The webinar High Reliability in the Time of COVID-19, scheduled from noon to 1 p.m. EDT June 24, will review high reliability principles proven to reduce errors, improve outcomes and build a safer work environment.
Member News | June 11
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. ...
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