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.
The MHA’s testimony on a proposal to institute work requirements for Medicaid recipients in Michigan, including individuals enrolled in the Healthy Michigan Plan, was covered by outlets across the state.
MHA CEO Brian Peters was quoted in an article from WJMN-TV on the recent Upper Peninsula Health Care Solutions’ annual Trustee Forum, where he spoke on the work Michigan hospitals are doing to fight the opioid epidemic.
Peter Schonfeld, MHA senior vice president, Policy, and chief operating officer, MHA Service Corporation, was interviewed for an April 1 Crain’s Detroit Business article that covers insurers’ and hospitals’ efforts to reduce costs.
This March 28, 2018, article from Crain's Detroit Business covers the release of the 2018 Economic Impact of Healthcare in Michigan.
In a Feb. 18, 2018, article in MiBiz, reporter Mark Sanchez spoke to Sam Watson, senior vice president for patient safety and quality at the MHA and executive director of the MHA Keystone Center, about the newly launched VerifyMICare website.
In a Feb. 13, 2018, interview on Michigan Radio's Stateside program, Sam Watson, senior vice president, Patient Safety & Quality, discusses hospitals' concerns with a package of bills that would institute mandatory nurse-staffing ratios.
In this Feb. 11, 2018, article, Crain's Detroit Business reporter Jay Greene takes a look at how a rule from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services that effected funding available through the federal 340B Drug Discount Program is impacting Michigan hospitals.
MHA Chief Innovation Officer & Senior Vice President Laura Appel was interviewed by Crain’s Detroit Business on a new proposal to repeal Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance system altogether.
MHA CEO is quoted in an article in the Feb. 2018 issue of Greater Lansing Business Monthly recapping legislative action on House Bill (HB) 5013, legislation that would have revamped Michigan's current auto no-fault system.