The framework for a final deal with Community Health Systems Inc. would enable Metro Health to pursue additional partnerships to improve quality.
Severely obese ring up nearly double the health care costs compared to individuals with a healthy weight, according to a new study from the Center for Healthcare Research and Transformation.
Amid talks over an agreement to become part of one of the largest hospital operators in the U.S. by this spring, Metro Health is pushing ahead with expansion projects to accommodate its ongoing growth.
The planned $96.7 million expansion and renovation at Mercy Health Muskegon will encompass far more than just updating the facilities and consolidating most care at a single campus.
The Affordable Care Act may have cut employment in West Michigan by an estimated 1,000 jobs, according to survey data from Grand Valley State University that gauges employer reactions to the health reform law.
West Michigan employers have started to adjust their business operations in response to the Affordable Care Act.
A new center to treat brain and spinal tumors and related neurological problems gives Spectrum Health one more medical sub-specialty to draw patients from outside the region to Grand Rapids for treatment.
For some perspective on wellness programs and where they’re headed, MiBiz spoke with Roger Edgren, an account director at the Grand Rapids office of benefits consultancy McGraw Wentworth.
Greg Loomis will remain at the helm at Mercy Health in Muskegon. The regional health system today named Loomis as president of Mercy Health Muskegon.
In West Michigan energy news, Chart House Energy LLC, a company that provides sustainable, on-site energy generation systems, recently signed a one-year lease with Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center for incubator space.
Plans for $48.7 million in renovations at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s main hospital campus in Grand Rapids earned the backing today of the Alliance for Health.
Plans for $48.7 million in renovations at Mercy Health Saint Mary’s main hospital campus in Grand Rapids go before a review panel of the Alliance for Health scheduled for tomorrow.
New taxes and fees that kick in with the new year have employers seeing higher health insurance premiums for policies that renew on Jan. 1. That’s on top of what they would have paid in annual cost increases for those policies.
Already much more than just a place to fill prescriptions, the pharmacy could become an accessible, one-stop center in the delivery of basic health care services.
A new medical outpatient center going up near Rockford will give Mercy Health Saint Mary's a larger presence in northern Kent County.
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