Hospitals respond to changes in Michigan’s auto insurance law

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No-fault auto insurance law could have a major impact on hospitals Michigan lawmakers are considering making changes to the state’s no-fault auto insurance law in order to address the issues concerning expensive insurance coverage and the cost of medical care. Changes to the state’s law could have a major impact on its hospitals as well. The Michigan Health & Hospital Association has released estimates that suggest that proposed changes to the state’s auto insurance law will cost hospitals approximately $1.2 billion annually for treating those that have been in car…

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Health care reform in Michigan may not see large enrollment increases

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An exec in the state has suggested that she has doubts about the number of sign ups to come before March 31. In order to comply with the federal health care reform law throughout the United States, people without insurance now have only two and a half more months to enroll into the government subsidized plans in order to avoid facing a tax penalty. That said, a Michigan insurance executive has expressed doubts regarding the new enrollment that will occur. Joan Budden, the chief marketing officer of Priority Health has…

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