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Health Care Notebook

January 31, 2016
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January Notebook

Health Care articles

New Affordable Care Act reporting requirements

Problems with lead extend beyond municipal water systems

Practice produces Depressed to 5K

Innovative business model is worth the risk for insurance firm

Rockford gym preps ‘ninja warriors’

Holistic health expo opens downtown

Health system performs 200th adult bone-marrow transplant

Health system names chief HR officer

Employers complying with ACA mandate

Health care leaders focus on healthy lifestyles in 2016 forecast

Medical supply company acquires health system division

Health system names chief strategy officer

Q&A: Kristin Ekkens

IRS extends filing date for employers’ ACA forms

Insurer now covers holistic care

Health care summit presents industry forecast

Live music joins yoga class

Health care organizations predict healthy 2016

Still facing health care, diversity challenges

Wellness firm measures effectiveness of businesses, leaders

Medical professional liability company enters market

Vital Signs: Partnerships create thriving sector for biomedical research

The Pulse enewsletter

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Jan. 6

Change ups

Health Intervention Services elected the following to its board of directors: Melanie Glover, legal counsel for Amway, and Ricardo Taverez, outreach director for Madison Square Church.

Dr. Ryan Mitchell of the Bengtson Center has received certification from the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He is also certified in plastic surgery by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

Spectrum Health announced Roger Jansen has accepted the position of senior vice president for business development and chief strategy officer, and Pamela Ries is senior vice president and chief human resources officer.

Emmanuel Hospice announced the promotions of Brenda Jaszczyszyn to director of education and quality and Vern Bareman to director of operations. 

Mercy Health announced the members to its regional governance board: Jose Infante, Independent Bank; Jean Nagelkerk, Grand Valley State University; Stephen Zonca, Muskegon Surgical Associates PC; Canetta Reid, Meijer; and Dale Nesbary, Muskegon Community College.

The Western Regional Area Health Education Center, located in Western Michigan University's downtown Grand Rapids location, has partnered with providers across Southwest Michigan to play an integral role to increase the size and diversity of the primary care workforce in medically underserved and health-care-provider shortage areas.

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