Leading Healthcare

The MHA and its member hospitals and health systems across Michigan work together to improve healthcare culture, make healthcare delivery safer and highly reliable, and ensure access to affordable coverage and care for all.

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MHA CEO Brian Peters appears Jan. 19 on WXYZ Detroit.

Peters Appears Live on WXYZ Detroit

WXYZ Detroit interviewed MHA CEO Brian Peters Jan. 19 during a live segment of 7 UpFront to discuss the impact the COVID-19 surge is having on health systems statewide and their greatest challenges. Peters shared …

MICNP and MSMS Address Legislative Policy Panel

The MHA Legislative Policy Panel convened Jan. 19 to develop recommendations for the MHA Board of Trustees on legislative initiatives impacting Michigan hospitals. The meeting was highlighted by presentations from representatives of the Michigan Council …

MHA Monday Report Jan. 17, 2022

Combating the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): Week of Jan. 10 The state of Michigan held a press conference Jan. 11 to discuss the rapid rise in case numbers, hospitalizations (especially pediatric hospitalizations) and positivity rates. Speakers urged all …

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Issues in Healthcare

The MHA and Michigan hospitals and health systems are working diligently with state and federal agencies to appropriately respond to 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in Michigan. Everyone can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 by practicing everyday prevention measures like social distancing, frequent hand washing, staying home when sick and covering coughs and sneezes. If you think you are sick, follow the guidance available from the CDC.

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MHA Service Corporation

The MHA Service Corporation works with healthcare organizations and other businesses in Michigan and across the nation to manage unemployment compensation, track healthcare data and provide financial services.

MHA Keystone Center

Hospitals across Michigan and in many other states participate in our MHA Keystone Center work to improve patient safety and quality of care. Using evidence-based best practices, hospitals are working to implement high reliability, cultures of safety and sustainable improvement.