Leading Healthcare

The MHA and its member hospitals and health systems across Michigan work together to improve healthcare culture, make healthcare delivery safer and highly reliable, and ensure access to affordable coverage and care for all. 

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The Latest From MHA

Advanced Practice Registered Nurses Must Update DEA Registration Public Act 499 of 2016, which will take effect April 9, permits advanced practice ... Read More
Monday Report | February 27
Media Statement For Immediate Release: Feb. 21, 2017 Contact: Laura Wotruba, lwotruba@mha.org              &n... Read More
Governor Addresses MHA Board of Trustees At its February meeting, the MHA Board of Trustees was joined by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, who shared his... Read More
Monday Report | February 20

Issues in Healthcare

ACA Repeal & Replace

The MHA is closely monitoring activity in Washington, DC and Lansing related to discussions of Affordable Care Act repeal and replace, and regularly engaging in advocacy activities on these matters. Visit our ACA Repeal & Replace page for updated information and resources. 

2017 MHA Patient Safety & Quality Symposium

Michigan hospitals' primary focus is always the safety and quality of care they provide to patients and their families - and every spring, the MHA convenes providers from across the state and beyond to learn about improving patient safety and quality. Join the conversation in 2017!

The MHA Leadership Conference is Feb. 23 and 24

Every winter the MHA convenes hospital and healthcare executives from across Michigan to learn and collaborate. Registration and event details are available online

MHA Service Corporation

The MHA Service Corporation works with healthcare organizations and other businesses in Michigan and across the nation to manage unemployment compensation, track healthcare data and provide financial services.

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Data Services

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Unemployment Compensation Program

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Financial Services

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MHA Keystone Center

Hospitals across Michigan and in many other states participate in our MHA Keystone Center work to improve patient safety and quality of care. Using evidence-based best practices, hospitals are working to implement high reliability, cultures of safety and sustainable improvement. 

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Leading Michigan to Better Health

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