A pair of Florida representatives are among several in the Sunshine State calling for an increase in the use of--and payment for--telemedicine.
State Representative Klint Kesto (R) of Michigan's 39 th district has made a public call for greater use of telehealth tools.
That the bulk of the Affordable Care Act will be enacted with millions of poor Americans shut out of an expanded Medicaid program is starting to toll on the consciences of some of the people who helped make that possible.
A Michigan hospital is facing two federal lawsuits from nurses claiming the hospital banned African-American nurses from caring for a newborn infant at the demand of the baby's father, the Associated Press reported.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan is one step closer to becoming a nonprofit mutual insurance company as two bills allowing the shift headed to the governor's desk Thursday.
The birthplace of the automotive industry and the epicenter of American manufacturing for decades has a new economic driver: healthcare. A report by the Michigan Health & Hospital Association
Michigan appears to be the latest state where several hospitals and health systems have just adopted policies in which they will only hire non-smokers and non-tobacco users--citing their need to live
Electronic prescribing continues to grow at an impressive rate, but still only accounted for 12 percent of the 1.63 billion prescriptions written nationwide in 2009, according to the latest
HHS officials today awarded $30 million in grants to organizations in the Detroit and Cincinnati areas by naming the final two pilot communities in the $250 million Beacon Community Program. HHS
Despite the potential for states to receive increased federal support for their Medicaid programs in 2014, in the short term, at least two states--Michigan and Tennessee--expect things to get worse