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MHA Keystone Hospital Engagement Network (HEN)

The MHA Keystone Center was one of 26 state, regional, national or hospital system Hospital Engagement Networks (HENs) contracted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to identify, share and implement best practices to reduce preventable hospital-acquired conditions from December 2011 through 2014. The MHA Keystone HEN built on the work that proved successful in Michigan and reinforced and complemented the ongoing MHA Keystone Center and MHA PSO efforts.

Thank you to the nearly 100 hospitals that participated in the MHA Keystone HEN:

Allegan General Hospital McLaren Macomb
Allegiance Health McLaren Northern Michigan
Alpena Regional Medical Center McLaren Oakland
Aspirus Grand View Memorial Healthcare
Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital Mercy Health Partners, Hackley Campus
Aspirus Ontonagon Hospital Mercy Health Partners, Mercy Campus
Baraga County Memorial Hospital Mercy Hospital Grayling
Botsford Hospital Mercy Memorial Hospital System
Bronson Battle Creek Hospital Metro Health Hospital
Bronson LakeView Hospital MidMichigan Medical Center-Clare
Bronson Methodist Hospital MidMichigan Medical Center-Gladwin
Caro Community Hospital MidMichigan Medical Center-Gratiot
Carson Health MidMichigan Medical Center-Midland
Charlevoix Area Hospital Munising Memorial Hospital
Chelsea Community Hospital Munson Medical Center
Community Health Center of Branch County NORTHSTAR Health System
Covenant HealthCare Oaklawn Hospital
Crittenton Hospital Medical Center Oakwood Hospital-Dearborn
Detroit Receiving Hospital & University Medical Center Oakwood Hospital-Southshore
Dickinson County Healthcare System Oakwood Hospital-Taylor
DMC Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital Oakwood Hospital-Wayne
Eaton Rapids Medical Center Otsego Memorial Hospital
Garden City Hospital Pennock Health Services
Harbor Beach Community Hospital Portage Health
Harper/Hutzel Hospital Promedica Bixby Hospital
Hayes Green Beach Memorial Hospital Promedica Herrick Hospital
Helen Newberry Joy Hospital Scheurer Hospital
Henry Ford Hospital Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital
Henry Ford Macomb Hospitals Sheridan Community Hospital
Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital Sinai-Grace Hospital
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital South Haven Health System
Hills & Dales General Hospital Sparrow Clinton Hospital
Hillsdale Community Health Center Sparrow Hospital-Main Campus
Holland Hospital Sparrow Ionia Hospital
Hurley Medical Center Spectrum Health Big Rapids
Huron Medical Center Spectrum Health Ludington
Kalkaska Memorial Health Center St. Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor
Lakeland Community Hospital- Niles St. Joseph Mercy Livingston
Lakeland Regional Medical Center-St. Joseph St. Joseph Mercy Oakland
Mackinac Straits Health System, Inc. St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron
Marlette Regional Hospital St. Mary Mercy Hospital
Marquette General Hospital Sturgis Hospital
McKenzie Health System Three Rivers Health
McLaren Bay Region University of Michigan Hospitals & Health Centers
McLaren Central Michigan War Memorial Hospital
McLaren Flint West Branch Regional Medical Center
McLaren Greater Lansing West Shore Medical Center
McLaren Lapeer Region

For more information, contact Brittany Bogan at the MHA.

Jan. 28, 2015
MHA Keystone: ICU Registration Open
Registration is now open for the MHA Keystone: ICU Workshop, scheduled Jan. 28 at the JW Marriott Grand Rapids. Presentation topics include patient and family engagement, ICU survivorship, early mobility, data review and application of the ABCDE bundle at the bedside.

Hospitals participating in MHA Keystone: ICU are strongly encouraged to attend. Each ICU may register up to three individuals at no charge. All members of the ICU interdisciplinary team are invited, including nurses, nurse and physician leaders, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, infection preventionists and quality improvement specialists.

Registration is available online or by completing the registration form and returning to Janice Jones. Please contact Janice at (517) 886-8433 if you have questions about registration. Registration will close Jan. 21 and all registrations received after this deadline will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. Questions about the workshop can be directed to Phyllis McLellan.

March 10 and 11, 2015
MHA Patient Safety & Quality Symposium Focuses on Leading Transformation
The MHA will host its annual patient safety and quality symposium, Leading in the Age of Transformation, March 10 and 11 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center. The conference will examine factors driving healthcare transformation, including the shift from volume to value toward population health, the demand for greater transparency and cost-effective care, and systems that are the pinnacle of quality and safety improvement.

Registration is available online.
  • Annual Symposium

    Annual Symposium

    The MHA Patient Safety & Quality Symposium offers an opportunity to explore innovative patient safety techniques and dialogue with others about how to enhance patient safety across the continuum. Learn new strategies and ideas from faculty who are game-changes in the healthcare and business world.

  • Patient and Family Engagement

    Patient and Family Engagement

    Michigan hospitals and the MHA Keystone Center are committed to including patients and families in improving care and focusing improvement efforts with a patient-centric approach. To that end, the MHA Keystone Center is a proud Pinwheel Sponsor of the Institute for Patient- and Family-Centered Care.

  • MHA Keystone HEN

    The MHA Keystone Center HEN works with hospitals to identify, share and implement best practices aimed at reducing the number of adverse drug events, catheter-associated urinary tract infections, central-line-associated bloodstream infections, injuries from falls and immobility, obstetrical adverse events, pressure ulcers, surgical-site infections, venous thromboembolisms, ventilator-associated pneumonia and preventable readmissions.