The MHA Keystone Center and the Michigan Public Health Institute are hosting a webinar series to provide an in-depth look at efforts to address healthcare disparities in Michigan and highlight areas of opportunity. ...
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan will provide $5 million through 2024 to expand the MHA Keystone Center’s quality and safety improvement programs.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is expanding its longstanding funding relationship with the MHA Keystone Center with a $5 million contribution.
The MHA Keystone Center is partnering with the Michigan Public Health Institute and the Michigan State University Institute for Health Policy to host a Michigan Health Equity Summit from 9 a.m. to noon Nov. 3.
The MHA Keystone Center, through Project Baby Deer, is hosting a call from noon to 1 p.m. Sept. 16 to discuss rapid Whole Genome Sequencing.
The third and final video in the MHA Keystone Center’s video series, Eliminating Disparities to Advance Health Equity, is now available and highlights the Health Equity Organizational Assessment dashboard.
The MHA Keystone Center Patient Safety Organization is hosting a safe table focusing on mental health and wellbeing Sept. 8 from 1 to 3 p.m.
To address the lack of data on LGBTQ+ patients and address health inequities, the Michigan Public Health Institute and the MHA Keystone Center are hosting a webinar titled LGBTQ+ Informed Care: It Starts with Data from 10 to 11 a.m. Aug. 19.
The Michigan Public Health Institute and the MHA Keystone Center are hosting a webinar to illustrate the importance of data collection specific to LGBTQ+ patients. LGBTQ+ Informed Care: It Starts with Data is a free event and will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. Aug. 19.
The MHA Keystone Center honored Kelsey Moran, a certified nursing assistant at War Memorial Hospital, with the quarterly MHA Keystone Center Speak-up! Award July 20.
Often the phrases “diversity, equity and inclusion,” or DEI, and “health equity” are used interchangeably. While they do overlap and there is synergy between the two, the terms are not synonymous.
To act deliberately and purposefully to ensure outcomes across all patient populations are equitable, leaders should know where disparities exist, ways to prevent disparities and how to create a culture and system that reduces disparities to improve quality and save lives.
Chief executive officers from more than 130 hospitals and health systems signed the MHA Pledge to Address Racism and Health Inequities, indicating a unified commitment to addressing disparities, dismantling institutional racism and achieving health equity. As part of their commitment to ...
Speaking up when having a concern in healthcare is foundational to ensuring safe, high-quality care for patients and a safe work environment for staff. The MHA Keystone Center Speak-Up! Award was launched in March 2016 ...
The MHA and the MHA Keystone Center have long been committed to addressing health disparities, a foundational concept that shapes the organizations’ quality improvement and safety efforts.
The MHA collects Occupational Safety and Health Administration Recordable Incident Rate, Lost Time Case rate and Days Away, Restricted or Transferred rate data from member organizations as part of the MHA Workplace Safety Collaborative.
Molly Dwyer-White, MPH, is the MHA’s vice president of safety and quality and the MHA Keystone Center’s new executive director effective May 3. Dwyer-White succeeds Brittany Bogan, who joined the executive team at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in January.
Nearly 80 MHA members attended the MHA Workplace Safety Collaborative’s April 27 webinar, Mitigating Violence Amid COVID-19.
The MHA Keystone Center honored Mozella Horton-Peters, an environmental services employee at Bronson Battle Creek Hospital, April 6, with the quarterly MHA Keystone Center Speak-up! Award.
The MHA Workplace Safety Collaborative is hosting a webinar April 27 to discuss strategies for managing violence directed towards healthcare workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.