CHRT in the News

Wall Street Journal: Slump Spreads to Health Care as Michigan Loses Auto Jobs

CHRT director Marianne Udow-Phillips was interviewed extensively and the CHRT staff provided data (principally from Cover Michigan) for a comprehensive Wall Street Journal report on the challenges facing Michigan workers and retirees as the auto industry rapidly downsizes. State finances, losses and layoffs at health care providers and the prospects for basing economic recovery hopes on health care growth are …

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The Ann Arbor News: New University of Michigan Health System leader faces financial challenge

In an Ann Arbor News profile introducing U-M’s new executive VP for medical affairs Ora Hirsch Pescovitz and discussing the challenges facing the UMHS, CHRT is described as among the opportunities for the Health System to help shape health care reform by improving care, reducing errors and lowering cost.

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Traverse City Record-Eagle: Health care crisis hurts kids

CHRT Director Marianne Udow-Phillips discusses how the health care crisis impacts children in her May 22, 2009, op-ed in the Traverse City Record-Eagle.

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Detroit Free Press: Health-care reform: A shot in the arm for Detroit 3?

CHRT director Marianne Udow-Phillips and vice-chair and U-M associate VP for medical affairs Dr. John E. Billi are quoted in a recent Detroit Free Press story about the potential for national health care reform to boost the recovery of Detroit’s automakers.

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The Ann Arbor News: Other Voices

CHRT director Marianne Udow-Phillips’ op-ed.

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