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Our Work 

Learn more about our work

At MHC, we develop products and partner with the health care community. Whether it’s matching healthcare employers with qualified professionals, encouraging young students to consider a health care career, or working with universities and hospitals for clinical placements, MHC works to facilitate an optimal health care workforce in every community.


ACEMAPP is a collaborative platform for health care education, recruitment, and professional development. It currently offers a number of innovative service lines, including ACEMAPP Careers, ACEMAPP Collaboration, ACEMAPP Education, and ACEMAPP Solutions.  


ACP Michigan is a network of individuals and organizations working to provide and grow ACP services in their communities. Advance Care Planning (ACP) is a person-centered, ongoing process of communication that facilitates individual understanding, reflection, and discussion of their goals, values, and preferences for future healthcare decisions.


Center for Caring is an online resource for information on emerging physical, mental and social issues impacting the health of older adults. Whether a patient, caregiver, or healthcare provider, the Center for Caring offers a wide range of educational content and eLearning opportunities on relevant aging topics from trusted sources in geriatric health.


MHC Insight aims to research and report on critical issues facing Michigan’s health care workforce. Our work provides current, actionable traditional and real-time labor market data to assist with crucial decision-making in Michigan’s healthcare economy
Solutions Net is an organized way for decision-makers across the care continuum to build health workforce capacity together.  


Michigan Center for Nursing acts as a champion for the nursing profession by fostering ongoing collaboration, communication, and consensus building to ensure Michigan’s nursing workforce meets community health care needs.


Michigan HOSA provides students with opportunities for knowledge, skills, and leadership development to students interested in all health professions. This year, Michigan HOSA is aiming to engage more than 7,000 students.


MIDOCs is a state-funded program set up to expand graduate medical education residency positions in select specialties to recruit and retain physicians in underserved areas in the state of Michigan. It is currently administered by Michigan Health Council.

Michigan Earn, Learn, and Serve in Schools (Mi-ELSiS) aims to address address the shortage of mental health professionals in high-need school districts across Michigan. Participants in the program are offered a stipend, enabling them to pursue their educational goals while giving back to their communities. 


Next Generation Health Careers Academy provides K-12 educators with a suite of resources and virtual events to help them integrate healthcare career awareness, exploration, and preparation into their classroom curriculum.


The Power of Understanding is a project aiming to reduce health disparities by improving both personal and organizational health literacy. Our team helps organizations review and improve their health literacy. This can be done by reviewing handouts, hosting focus groups, and providing training opportunities. 

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