The American Hospital Association has recognized MHA for its leadership and innovation in health care quality improvement and patient safety with the Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award.
The Minnesota Telemedicine Act expands insurance coverage to include telemedicine, bringing resources and specialists to people and communities that otherwise would have difficulty accessing them.
A public-private coalition of Minnesota organizations has formed to prevent violence toward staff in health care settings, making workplace violence prevention a top priority.
Minnesota hospitals and health systems have prevented more than 15,000 patients from being harmed and saved more than $109 million as a result of a reduction in hospital-acquired conditions over the past three years.
Minnesota's hospitals and health systems contributed more than $4.2 billion in programs and services in 2013 to benefit the health of their communities, an increase of 5.4 percent compared to 2012.
For hospitals, providing high quality, safe, patient-centered care is paramount. Across Minnesota, hospitals are engaging patients and their families as essential partners in efforts to continually improve the quality and safety of care in our hospitals.
Minnesota's 143 hospitals and health systems employ more than 121,000 people, provide quality care for patients and meet the needs of our communities. Learn more.
Learn more about how to transform health care by authentically engaging your patients and families at all levels within your hospital. Learn more here.
MDH to hold medical cannabis meetings
Aug. 24, 2015
DHS Direct Care and Treatment listening sessions scheduled for August, September
Aug. 17, 2015
MOLN to host annual nursing public policy internship training Oct. 26-27
Aug. 10, 2015
New state law requires hospitals to have workplace violence prevention plans
Aug. 3, 2015
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