health care reform
Michigan’s newest health insurance company, Consumers Mutual Insurance of Michigan, is preparing to deliver health insurance that is focused on the needs of consumers, particularly low- and moderate-income residents and small businesses in need of high quality, low cost insurance options.
It was the last day to act before lawmakers take a two-week break.
The bills let the state’s largest health insurer transform into a customer-owned nonprofit and ends its tax-exempt status.
Michigan will get about $1.6 million to develop its State Health Care Innovation Plan.
A Michigan legislative panel on Wednesday voted to spend the $31 million in federal grant money allocated for the creation of the state’s online health insurance marketplace, a key component of the federal health care overhaul.
A state House committee has approved bills to overhaul Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, leaving out anti-abortion provisions.
The latest meeting and event notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
A new survey shows that Michigan’s primary care doctors will continue accepting new patients, including Medicaid patients, as the state’s insured population grows under health care reform.
Secure-24, a leading provider of managed IT operations, application outsourcing and cloud computing, announced the availability of a new white paper, titled “Health Information Exchanges: Improving Patient Outcome through Technology and Healthcare.”
“I want to congratulate President @BarackObama on the SCOTUS ruling upholding the #AffordableCareAct. We all win today.” That was the message on Twitter Thursday morning from Detroit Mayor Dave Bing.