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VP of Reimbursement Services
Health Care Association of Michigan
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Posted: 12-Oct-21

Location: Lansing, Michigan

Type: Full Time

Required Education: 4 Year Degree




Advocacy / Non-Profit

Internal Number: 1

About Health Care Association of Michigan
The Health Care Association of Michigan (HCAM) is a trade association representing Michigan’s long-term health care providers. The association began in 1948 and continues to grow in members and services – representing providers across the spectrum, including for- and not-for-profit, county medical care and hospital-based providers and assisted living communities. The strength of the association has always been in its membership — thousands of people dedicated to delivering long-term care for Michigan’s senior population. HCAM provides numerous services and benefits, including state and federal regulatory and reimbursement analysis and advice, advocacy efforts with state elected and department officials, media relations, and strong educational programing. Members and staff are involved on all levels through a variety of avenues including serving on committees and responding to calls for action regarding reimbursement, regulatory and other challenges.
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