Citing declining membership and a lack of financial support, directors at the health care planning agency voted last night to end operations. The move includes revoking the authority of a board to evaluate health care projects locally under Michigan’s certificate-of-need regulations and issue recommendations to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
After putting about $1 million into four companies during the early months of 2015, Grand Angels looks to close three more deals in the coming weeks.
As a decline in property values from the recession took a toll on the Grand Rapids Public Library’s revenues and led to a sizeable budget deficit last year, the organization decided that cutting hours or branch locations wasn’t an option.
A trio of West Michigan hospitals plans to move quickly to take advantage of a pending rule change that would allow them to treat more heart patients who come to their facilities, rather than referring them elsewhere.
Even investors and finance professionals say they are feeling the pinch from the widespread labor shortage.
The latest sales figures and a quarterly activity index show the office furniture industry on strong footing heading into next month’s NeoCon trade show in Chicago.
Hospitals claim proposed reforms to Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance law that would impose caps on what they charge to treat people injured in vehicle crashes would cost them a projected $1.2 billion annually.
Metro Health Corp.’s proposed joint venture with Community Health Systems Inc. puts a considerable amount of money on the table that ultimately will go somewhere to support a charitable mission.
The $150,000 investment made in an East Lansing medical startup illustrates how a pre-seed capital fund created by the Michigan State Medical Society has started to adapt to the marketplace.
While there ultimately “is a number at some point” where directors at Perrigo Co. plc would have to consider selling, this spring’s $4.5 billion acquisition of a Belgian company positioned it with a greater ability to grow and remain independent, Chairman and CEO Joe Papa said today.