The number of confirmed cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan continues to grow rapidly, but the MHA and Michigan hospitals are coordinating with local, state and federal governmental agencies and others on several fronts.
As the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues, the employment landscape is rapidly evolving. Human resources professionals play an integral role in supporting their company’s workforce during challenging times.
In September 2016, 316 hospitals across Michigan, Illinois and Wisconsin committed to driving a 20% reduction in 13 preventable harms and a 12% reduction in readmissions under the Great Lakes Partners for Patients Hospital Improvement Innovation Network.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed two bills March 30 that will send additional funding to Michigan hospitals: a supplemental budget bill that raises Medicaid rates and a bill providing $50 million in funding for healthcare providers during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
As the American Hospital Association (AHA) continues to support hospitals and health systems and their governing boards, AHA Trustee Services is making available to AHA members a podcast about the COVID-19 pandemic with governance expert Jamie Orlikoff.
MHA CEO Brian Peters emphasizes the MHA's continued support for Michigan's hospitals and healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To increase hospitals’ supply of personal protective equipment during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Providence, a comprehensive healthcare organization based in Washington state, began the 100 Million Masks Challenge.
MHA CEO Brian Peters offers the Michigan healthcare community's deepest condolences to the family of State Rep. Isaac Robinson after his passing March 29.
As Michigan enters the fourth week responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests on topics such as bed, testing and supply availability.
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
As of March 29, there have been more 5,400 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Michigan, and 132 of those infected have died. The MHA and Michigan hospitals continue the fight to flatten the curve and avoid ...
U.S. hospitals will receive more than $100 billion to respond to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as part of the bipartisan Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act signed by President Donald Trump March 27.
The MHA would like to thank our 16-member congressional delegation for their role in helping to pass the CARES Act, which provides critical COVID-19 financial relief to hospitals across the country.
Throughout the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, MHA associate member Sound Physicians is offering weekly, clinically focused webinars to discuss COVID-19 strategies for protecting and caring for both clinicians and patients.
Shelleye Yaklin, president and CEO, North Ottawa Community Hospital stresses the importance of federal funding to support rural hospitals responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The American Hospital Association, the American Medical Association and the American Nurses Association sent an open letter to the American public March 24 urging them to stay at home to help slow the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
As Michigan enters the third week responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests on topics such as executive actions, funding, testing and supplies.
Weekly news and updates from the MHA.
As the state, country and world grapple with the COVID-19 crisis, readers will note that the MHA Monday Report contains fewer articles than usual. Once the danger of the disease has been mitigated, the newsletter will again provide information from across the association.
Due to a national shortage of testing materials and personal protection equipment for healthcare workers, Michigan residents are encouraged to stay home and not seek 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) testing if they are not exhibiting symptoms or are only mildly sick.