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On Sept. 24, the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) issued an order protecting auto no-fault benefits for auto accident survivors who need benefits from the Michigan Assigned Claims Plan (MACP).
Issues in Healthcare | September 27
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
Monday Report | July 15
The MHA is developing resources and hosting a members-only webinar July 16 to assist hospitals as they prepare for the impacts of upcoming changes to Michigan’s automobile no-fault insurance system, which became law in May.
Member News | July 09
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
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a bill making sweeping changes to Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance law May 30, during the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Mackinac Policy Conference.
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.
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Monday Report | May 20
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.
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.
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.
Initial bill introductions in the new state Legislature have placed an early focus on auto no-fault insurance reform.
The MHA is urging its members to contact their state legislators and ask them to vote no on any effort to dismantle Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance law in the final days of the lame-duck session.
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
Monday Report | September 17
On Sept. 11, Gov. Rick Snyder announced the formation of an anti-fraud unit to investigate insurance and financial fraud.
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 Michigan Senate approved a two-bill legislative package June 7 to reform major components of Michigan’s auto no-fault insurance law. 
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 In The News | February 07
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