of Healthcare in the State of Michigan Click
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Audience: Nurses, Physician Assistants, Physicians
purpose of this educational seminar is to present an overview
of healthcare in the State of Michigan, describe the current partners
of the healthcare industry and their roles in streamlining healthcare
delivery and identify contributions that can be made at the individual
facility and provider levels to effect positive change in healthcare.
Information regarding access, community oreiented primary care
and suggestions for shaping health policy are discussed.
the end of this module, you will be able to:
Discuss the current status of healthcare in the State of Michigan.
Identify contributions that can be made at the individual facility
and provider levels to effect positive change in healthcare.
over 20 years experience in working to improve access to health
care for undeserved populations throughout the nation. Currently
Executive Director, Michigan Primary Care Association supervising
and coordinating the activities of a statewide primary care association
including grant and contract administration, health systems development
and strategic thinking in improving access to care and reducing
health disparities in Michigan. Previously: Deputy Director, Policy
and Programs for the National Rural Health Assoc. in Kansas City,
MO.; Senior Associate at CHS Phase II in Maryland and California;
Center Director of the Northern Michigan Area Health Education
Ctr.; Executive Director of the Alcona Health Center in Lincoln,
MI. Bachelors of Arts degree from Kalamazoo College; post-graduate
work at the School of Public Health, University of Michigan.
Information: 1.0 Contact Hour
educational activity has been provided by the University of Detroit
Mercy McAuley School of Nursing, which is approved as a provider
of continuing education in nursing by the Michigan Nurses Association,
which is accredited as an approver of continuing education in
nursing by the American Nurses Credentialing Center Commission