Michigan Department of Community Health
Michigan health officials say an 80-year-old Traverse City-area man is 17th person from the state to die as a result of contaminated steroids supplied by a Massachusetts pharmaceutical company.
The Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services and the Michiana Health Information Network have announced transmission of patient immunization records from Indiana health care providers to Michigan’s Care Improvement Registry using Direct secure email through the MiHIN cloud and the Michigan Department of Community Health Data Hub.
Over a dozen organizations are receiving money from Michigan’s Health Department for HIV prevention services.
The Michigan Department of Community Health plans to lay out a new educational campaign to combat obesity in the nation’s fifth heaviest state.
The health department says there is “widespread” flu activity in Michigan.
Authorities say the number of meningitis and other infections linked to contaminated steroids has risen to 239 in Michigan. That includes 14 deaths.
An audit has found that a Michigan agency made more than $2.3 million in improper payments for wheelchairs, ventilators and other medical equipment as part of the Medicaid program.
Another person in Michigan has died as a result of tainted steroid shots that caused everything from meningitis to serious fungal infections.
Michigan is beginning the new year with an unusually high number of flu cases and one flu death.
A chemical used to make a new class of designer drugs is on its way to becoming illegal in Michigan.