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MHA CEO Brian Peters describes the new and energetic ways the MHA is focusing on children’s health to protect the state's youth and, thereby, safeguard Michigan’s future. 
MHA Rounds | August 01
MHA CEO Brian Peters wrote an opinion piece published by Crains Detroit Business July 14 on where the Medicaid program stands nearly 6 years after its expansion in Michigan.
MHA In The News | July 16
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
Monday Report | July 15
MHA CEO Brian Peters recaps the top nine successes from the 2018-2019 program year.
MHA Rounds | July 02
Like others who have been directly involved in Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance reform saga for many years, I didn’t sleep well – if at all – over the last several weeks as it became increasingly clear that significant change would be enacted.
MHA Rounds | June 03
Today’s substitute version of Senate Bill 1 is an improvement over legislation that passed the House and Senate two weeks ago, though we remain concerned about how it will impact patients.
On May 16, legislative leaders announced that they would hold off on voting on two auto no-fault bills to continue negotiations with Gov. Gretchen Witmer over the weekend.
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
Monday Report | May 13
The Michigan House of Representatives passed House Bill 4397, which would reform the auto no-fault insurance system, in the early morning hours of May 9, just hours after the Senate passed its own version.
MHA CEO Brian Peters was among healthcare leaders from across the country featured in a Modern Healthcare piece on meeting the needs of our aging population sponsored by the John A. Hartford Foundation.
It’s a sad day in Lansing when legislators are celebrating jamming through a bill on a serious and complex issue under the cover of darkness.
On May 7, Chris Mitchell, the MHA's executive vice president, advocacy & public affairs, spoke with WJR's Guy Gordon about the association's concerns with Senate Bill (SB) 1, a proposal that would eviscerate Michigan's auto no-fault insurance law.
On May 7, the Michigan Senate approved legislation that would eviscerate Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance law.
We were optimistic about the Michigan Senate’s renewed efforts to tackle auto no-fault reform this year. Unfortunately, Senate Bill 1 is a shocking step backwards.
From May 12-18 we will celebrate National Hospital Week, a time when the MHA salutes the hospitals, health systems and Michigan’s more than 230,000 hospital employees for the work they do to make our communities healthier, while contributing significantly to local and regional economies.
MHA Rounds | May 01
MHA CEO Brian Peters wrote an opinion piece published by the The Oakland Press April 6, 2019, on the importance of protecting the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the consequences a Medicare for All system could hold for patients.
As I reflect on a special leadership summit hosted by Modern Healthcare, here are five takeaways that display the significant changes occurring across the healthcare industry. 
MHA Rounds | April 01
Published in collaboration with our partners from the Michigan State Medical Society and the Michigan Osteopathic Association, the Economic Impact of Healthcare in Michigan report once again shows the significant role healthcare plays as an employer and economic driver in Michigan.
MHA Rounds | March 05
A Feb. 28 article by Crain's Detroit Business Reporter Jay Greene covered the release of the 2019 Economic Impact of Healthcare report by the Partnership for Michigan's Health.
MHA In The News | March 01
A statement from MHA CEO Brian Peters following Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's 2019 State of the State address.
News Releases | February 12
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