MHA Monday Report Nov. 19, 2018

Posted on November 19, 2018

David SeamanMHA Announces Leadership Changes; Mitchell Promoted to Executive Vice President

Effective Jan. 1, the Michigan Health & Hospital Association will see major leadership changes. David Seaman, currently executive vice president, will retire. Seaman has spent 33 years with the MHA as executive vice president and chief operating officer, leading …


David Seaman, executive vice president and chief operating officer, MHA, shares how the MHA’s involvement in the Michigan Harvest Gathering is directly related to our mission to advance the health of individuals and communities.Michigan Harvest Gathering to Provide 2.2 Million Meals

Attorney General Bill Schuette announced at the Nov. 8 Michigan Harvest Gathering celebration luncheon that, to date, the 2018 campaign has raised $305,000 and more than 403,000 pounds of food to help feed Michigan’s hungry residents …


Healthcare Leadership Academy BrochureHealthcare Leadership Academy Strengthens Clinicians’ Business Skills

The roles and responsibilities of physicians are changing at a dramatic pace. A host of evolving factors require physicians to learn and lead, including shifting from the autonomous practice of medicine to clinical coordination, patients using the internet …


100 Year Sponsorship BrochureMHA Offers Sponsorship Opportunities for Breakthrough, 100 Year Anniversary

In 2019, the MHA will celebrate 100 years of leadership, advocacy, education, communication, and quality and safety improvement with its members, partners and communities. As part of this once-in-a-lifetime celebration, the MHA is offering an exclusive opportunity …


A diverse group of professionals recently took part in the Just Culture Certification Course held at MHA headquarters.Course Teaches Professionals How to Improve Safety, Culture

The MHA Keystone Center Patient Safety Organization (PSO) hosted Outcome Engenuity’s (OE) Just Culture Certification Course Nov. 6 and 7 in Okemos. The Just Culture course brought together more than 40 attendees from a variety of professional backgrounds, including …


Webinar to Explore Competition with New Healthcare Players

In today’s fast-paced technology marketplace, healthcare organizations are faced with few options – deny change, get bigger or “get different.” What should hospital leaders focus on to find a strategy through these chaotic times …


The Keckley Report

Paul KeckleyMid-term Post Mortem: What Should the Healthcare Industry Take Away?
“With a record voter turnout of 114 million and a record spend of $5.2 billion, the table is set for what will, no doubt, be the most significant period in the history of U.S. healthcare. Healthcare figured prominently in (election) results ... “

Paul Keckley, Nov. 12, 2018


News to Know

Upcoming events and important healthcare news for the week of Nov. 19:

  • MHA offices will be closed Nov. 22 and 23 in honor of the Thanksgiving holiday.  
     
  • The MHA Board of Trustees will meet from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, at MHA headquarters in Okemos.  
     
  • Dozens of people have been killed in the recent wildfires in California and hundreds of others are missing. Funds have been set up to support hospital employees who have been affected.

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  • MHA Monday Report Nov. 19, 2018

Tags: MHA Keystone Center, Michigan Harvest Gathering, webinar, Healthcare Leadership Academy, MHA board, Chris Mitchell, relief fund, Breakthrough, sponsorship, Just Culture, MHA staff, Leadership, David Seaman, Amy Barkholz, Nancy McKeague, MHA 100 Year Anniversary

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