MHA Chief Innovation Officer & Senior Vice President Laura Appel was interviewed for a Dec. 24 MiBiz.com article about what’s to come for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2018.
In this Dec. 20, 2017, article from Crain's Detroit Business, Sam Watson, senior vice president of patient safety and quality at the MHA Keystone Center, discusses efforts to reduce maternal mortality in Michigan in partnership with the Alliance for Innovation on Maternal Health.
In a Dec. 8, 2017, article from Crain's Detroit Business, Laura Appel, senior vice president and chief innovation officer at the MHA, talks about federal tax reform efforts and concerns on the impact current legislative proposals could have on Michigan hospitals, patients and communities.
The Michigan Health & Hospital Association participated in a panel on the impact of the Affordable Care Act in Michigan on Dec. 5.
MHA Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff Nancy McKeague is quoted in this article from KPLC 7 in Lake Charles, LA, about the Workflex in the 21st Century Act, a bill that allow employers to expand paid leave and workplace options to employees.
The MHA was among the organizations opposing House Bill (HB) 5013 in a Nov. 2 Crain’s Detroit Business article about the defeat of the bill.
The Detroit Free Press quoted MHA CEO Brian Peters in its Nov. 2 story on the defeat of House Bill (HB) 5013.
A Nov. 1, 2017, article in Crain's Detroit Business looks at the lobbying effort surrounding House Bill 5013, which would drastically alter Michigan's auto no-fault law. In particular, the article examines lobbying efforts by some leaders within Michigan's business community.
In an article published Oct. 29 in Crain's Detroit Business, Chad Livengood examines territorial rate setting when it comes to auto insurance premiums in Michigan. Laura Appel, MHA senior vice president and chief innovation officer was interviewed for the piece.
In an Oct. 22 article published in Crain's Detroit Business, reporters Mike Wilkinson and Chad Livengood examine insurance rates in Michigan and the huge disparities in rates between cities. An interactive map featured as part of the story details how insurers can charge more or less based on wh...
In this Oct. 22 Crain's Detroit Business article, reporter Chad Livengood quotes MHA Senior Vice President of Advocacy Chris Mitchell about why the association opposes government-mandated fee schedules when it comes to legislative efforts to reform Michigan's auto no-fault system.
An article published Oct. 12 in the Detroit News features commentary from Michigan's healthcare community about the potential impact of President Donald Trump's efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, via executive order.
MHA Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer Laura Appel spoke with Detroit Free Press reporter J.C. Reindl for a story that examines the provisions within House Bill 5013.
MHA Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer Laura Appel spoke with WWMT reporter Nick Minock on Oct. 5 about the association's major concerns with House Bill 5013, a plan that would drastically change Michigan's current auto no-fault insurance system.
Sam Watson, senior vice president of patient safety and quality at the MHA, took part in an educational conference hosted by Central Michigan University's College of Medicine Oct. 4. According to an article in Central Michigan Life, present and future healthcare providers were urged to expand pa...
In an Oct. 3 Crain's Detroit Business article, Chris Mitchell, senior vice president of advocacy at the MHA, was quoted following testimony he delivered before the House Insurance Committee on House Bill 5013, a measure that would drastically alter Michigan's auto no-fault system.
MHA Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer Laura Appel is quoted in an Oct. 1 Crain's Detroit Business article covering the details of House Bill 5013, a plan crafted by Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and House Speaker Tom Leonard that would drastically alter Michigan's auto no-fault ...
Crain’s Detroit Business reported on Sept. 27 that federal spending cuts are going to make it harder for 277,000 people in Michigan who purchase their own health insurance through healthcare.gov.
MHA CEO Brian Peters was quoted in a Detroit News article on the latest auto no-fault insurance reform proposal, announced on Sept. 26.
MHA Chief Innovation Officer & Senior Vice President Laura Appel was interviewed by Michigan Radio in a Sept. 20 story about Michigan hospitals’ stance on the latest ACA repeal & replace effort, the Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill.