Our 2020 report looks at the current state of transportation in Michigan, highlights some of our past funding, and provides a guide future investments.
The Health Fund and four other funders are joining together to support 61 Michigan health organizations as they ramp up telehealth efforts. The nearly $3 million of grants will help patients access critical care without putting themselves, their families, or their doctors at risk.
38% of Michigan residents with a mental illness and 80% with a substance use disorder are not receiving treatment.
In 2016, Washtenaw County Community Mental Health’s Correctional Care Integration Project sought to improve health outcomes by integrating a Health Information Exchange into adult and youth correctional facilities in Washtenaw County.
The Home-Based Transitional Telecare project is helping recently discharged older veterans address medication issues, avoid in-home risks, and return to their pre-hospital-stay selves, while demonstrating important findings about how clinicians can effectively use telehealth-enabled tablets and wearable sensors with this population.