Trustee Insights Edition Highlights Workforce Trends

The latest edition of Trustee Insights, the monthly digital package from the American Hospital Association (AHA), is now available. This month’s issue includes a report on the latest forces and trends affecting healthcare human resources, including education, training and the evolving practice landscape, growing the workforce to keep pace with demand, and the effects of the pandemic on the workforce.

In addition, the newsletter features tips for new CEOs on how to establish and nurture an effective strategic partnership with the board.

The expanded website and enhanced monthly e-newsletter of Trustee Insights are available through the AHA Trustee Services webpage. They are free, do not require AHA membership and include articles, tools and webinars. Those interested in subscribing to AHA Trustee Insights may do so online.

For information about MHA trustee resources, contact Erin Steward at the MHA.

Headline Roundup: Week of Sept. 20 for COVID-19 in Michigan

Mackinac Policy Conference Peters and Mitchell

MHA CEO Brian Peters and MHA EVP Chris Mitchell speak with Crain's Detroit Business at the Mackinac Policy Conference.The MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests related to the growth in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, as well as statewide healthcare workforce shortage. Also included is coverage of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM)'s $5 million commitment through 2024 to expand the MHA Keystone Center’s quality and safety improvement programs.

Below is a collection of headlines from around the state that include statements from the MHA.

Sunday, Sept. 26

Friday, Sept. 24

Wednesday, Sept. 22

Tuesday, Sept. 21

Members with questions on COVID-19 efforts and resources should contact Ruthanne Sudderth, and any questions regarding media requests should be directed to John Karasinski at the MHA.

Headline Roundup: Week of Sept. 13 for COVID-19 in Michigan

Brian Peters

MHA CEO Brian Peters speaks with WWMT-TV. The MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests related to the growth in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, as well as statewide healthcare workforce shortage.

Below is a collection of headlines from around the state that include statements from the MHA.

Monday, Sept. 13

Tuesday, Sept. 14

Wednesday, Sept. 15

 

Members with questions on COVID-19 efforts and resources should contact Ruthanne Sudderth, and any questions regarding media requests should be directed to John Karasinski at the MHA.