The MHA received media coverage the week of March 13 regarding conversations around workforce funding and current challenges amid the third anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is a collection of headlines from around the state.
Thursday, March 16
- State of ReformL Experts weigh in on federal efforts to standardize interoperability for Texas health information networks
- State of Reform: Tacoma to launch new behavioral health crisis response team
- Gongwer: House Bill Would Repeal Medicaid Work Requirements
Wednesday, March 15
- MIRS: Hospitals Want Additional $86M For OB, Psych Care
- Patch: Oakland County’s Blog: 2023 State Of The County Address Recap
Monday, March 13
- Detroit News: Three years into COVID, exhaustion, burnout plagues Michigan’s nurses
- WDIV-TV: Should Michigan law require consent before pelvic exams are performed on unconscious patients?
Sunday, March 12
Saturday, March 11
- Huron Daily Tribune: Scheurer Health CEO also one of its practicing physicians
Friday, March 10
- Becker’s Hospital Review: Michigan healthcare workforce gets funding boost amid 27,000 vacant hospital jobs
Members with any questions regarding media requests should contact John Karasinski at the MHA.