Month: March 2020

West Michigan Community Mental Health is changing the way it handles appointments | Coronavirus

West Michigan Community Mental Health is open to people in need of care. Community mental health is considered an essential service under Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Home Support Order. Staff at West Michigan Community Mental Health continue to provide their services, but with different ways of providing these services due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Face to …

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The coronavirus will hammer the Michigan economy. The only question is how much.

The economic shock from the coronavirus will spread across Michigan, hitting nearly every industry and community, taking billions of dollars from paychecks and tax collections, experts say. The layoffs and time off have already hit the restaurant, travel and hospitality industries, and then are expected to spread to nearly every segment of the economy, from …

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Coronavirus has mixed impact on Michigan’s economy » WDET 101.9FM

Alex McLenon The stock market has been in free fall for the past few weeks amid fears of COVID-19, but there have been relatively few economic implications in Michigan so far. State residents are starting to see the financial effects of COVID-19 at the gas pump. Talks to cut oil production amid global travel restrictions …

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In latest legal blow to Medicaid work requirements, judge blocks Michigan community engagement rules

U.S. District Judge James Boasberg cited a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejecting HHS’s approval of Arkansas’ similar waiver. The appeals committee’s unanimous opinion said the waiver approval was inconsistent with the primary purpose of the Medicaid law, which is to provide medical coverage. Modern healthcare: …

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