MHA Monday Report – Oct. 30, 2017
Posted on October 30, 2017
The House Committee on Insurance on Thursday, Oct. 26, reported an H-1 substitute for House Bill (HB) 5013 to the full House of Representatives. The bill moved to the floor with nine out of 11 Republicans voting … Read more
On Thursday, Oct. 26, the MHA Keystone Center released its 2016-2017 annual report, Working Together to Build a Safer Tomorrow. The report highlights how the MHA Keystone Center, its member hospitals and health systems and state and national patient safety experts … Read more
Registration is now open for the MHA’s new major membership meeting, Breakthrough, which will offer attendees a learning experience unlike any other MHA event. The format, featuring a hub-and-spoke setup, will allow faculty and participants to engage with each other throughout … Read more
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) recently extended the deadline from Oct. 31 to Jan. 2, 2018, for hospitals to amend worksheet S-10 data reported on their Medicare cost reports for fiscal years (FY) … Read more
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Partnership for Patients, MHA Keystone Center and the Great Lakes Partners for Patients (GLPP) Hospital Improvement Innovation Network (HIIN) recently collaborated to create a three-part webinar series, Advancing Health Equity … Read more
Sponsorships and advertising are now being accepted for two MHA major membership meetings: MHA Breakthrough and the MHA Annual Membership Meeting. Both events allow organizations to maximize their return on marketing and business development efforts … Read more
A 2016 Gallop report revealed that 60 percent of Millennials are open to new job opportunities, and the costs resulting from Millennial turnover are $30.5 billion annually. Despite the negative reputation sometimes attributed to Millennial workers, the truth is … Read more
The Board’s Fourth Imperative: Monitoring Culture
“The reputations of Wells Fargo, Uber, Equifax, Weinstein, Fox News, the University of Louisville basketball program and many others are tarnished as a result of recent media attention to their acknowledged misdeeds and failures. Journalists have chronicled in detail the actions and decisions by their leaders that resulted in organizational cultures that appeared to have rewarded results above all else.
“On Wednesday, October 4, the National Association of Corporate Directors released a report outlining 10 recommendations to corporate Boards to be more pro-active in attending to the culture in their organizations. Among NACD’s recommendations, it recommends that Boards develop a formal mechanism for measuring the healthiness of the culture in their companies. And the report suggests that the healthiness of the organization’s culture factor prominently in the performance reviews of top managers and in their compensation.”
Paul Keckley, Oct. 23, 2017
Read recent state and national coverage about the MHA, including the latest headlines from Crain’s Detroit Business on efforts to reform Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance system.
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