If Muskegon and four other communities around the nation actually manage to find their Way to Wellville over the span of the five-year program, they could very well offer a national roadmap for attacking a fundamental cause of high health care costs.
The quarterly outlook for the office furniture industry tempered expectations again for this year, as a period of slow growth continues. However, the industry is still projected to pick up a bit during the latter half of the year and into 2015.
One new journey toward improving the health and wellbeing of Muskegon County residents encompasses far more than creating greater access to medical care.
After 15 years of providing low-cost health coverage in Muskegon County, Access Health Inc. is preparing to reach further.
Priority Health’s partnership with the trade association representing banks across Michigan potentially provides a model the insurer could use in the future when making similar arrangements with other organizations.
Priority Health’s earnings grew significantly through the second quarter of 2014.
In forming a private online exchange for employers to buy employee health coverage, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce joins a growing trend that’s altering how health benefits are purchased.
Opening a financial services division is the latest step of a broader growth strategy for Honor Credit Union to serve a larger base of members.
Lending backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration continued to grow in Michigan into the final quarter of the federal government’s fiscal year.
The repeal of the personal property tax on manufacturing equipment in Michigan represents the second major victory in three years for business advocates who long sought to improve the state’s business tax climate.