Patient advocates call the move a huge advance, but they question whether medical debt should be on credit reports at all.
The bill's passage sets a course that could help millions who served after Sept. 11, 2001.
A 4-year-old boy with epilepsy overcame his fear of going to the hospital by dressing as the Hulk.
A neighborhood on Detroit's east side is getting a new urgent care clinic thanks to money from Motor City Match.
More than 1,300 urban areas will now be designated rural.
A new experimental drug could be a game-changer in treating obesity if clinical trials prove true, experts say.
Doctors at Henry Ford Hospital used a woman's arm muscle to reconstruct her tongue after she needed surgery for tongue cancer.
Her plea now is to find a donor - so she can be there for her kids and live a full life.
Beaumont's Outpatient Campus opens this week in Livonia.
A Henry Ford Health clinic at the Ruth Ellis Clairmount Center will provide medical care to homeless LGBTQ+ youth.
But in September of last year, State Farm Insurance stopped paying for Gedda’s care - all because of changes to Michigan’s no-fault insurance law. But then, a surprising court decision changed everything.
April is National Minority Health Month. Beaumont is working this month and all the time to create a more equitable health care environment.
A colon cancer survivor hopes her story can encourage others to get a colonoscopy done.
Families of catastrophic crash survivors took their push to change the new no-fault insurance law to the State Capitol. They tried to make their case to House Speaker Jason Wentworth - but he never showed. Then police demanded the group leave.
The Detroit man had worked as a nursing assistant but because of the keloids that limit his mobility, his job became too strenuous. The procedure he needs is considered cosmetic and insurance won't cover it.
Jim Bellanca, speaking on behalf of his friend, said he hopes the ex-NHL player’s story can sway Michigan lawmakers to fix its no-fault auto insurance reform linked to injury care resulting from vehicle accidents.
"Nurses are at a pivotal point where we have a great deal of nurses retiring from the profession," she said. "We have several nurses, all over the country right now, that are at a point of burnout.
President Joe Biden directed his team to double its procurement of at-home COVID-19 tests to be delivered for free to Americans, along with N95 masks.
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments about the vaccine-or-testing requirement for large employers and a separate mandate for health care workers.
Many healthcare workers in Michigan and around the world are verbally and physically attacks by patients, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.