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crystal mountain in fallMCMCFC hosts back-to-back events at Crystal Mountain

Register now for 2018 Fall Don Meeting*, Nov. 27-28

*Sponsored by Remedi Senior Care.

Register now for 2018 Fall Financial, Nov. 29-30

All activities listed will be submitted to the Ohio Nurses Association (OBN-001-91) for approval to award contact hours for nursing and to LARA for NHA continuing education credits. None of the CE activities for this conference have commercial support or sponsorship. Any potential conflict of interest has been discussed with speakers and speakers agree to present objectively and without bias and signed statements to that effect have been secured.

There is no conflict of interest for members of the Program Committee associated with this activity.

Tell Congress to Pass Legislation Ending the Mandatory Certified Nursing Assistant Training Lockout

Leading age imageQuality nursing home care the public can trust is a priority for LeadingAge. Our members have pioneered innovations in care and services that have made a major difference in the lives of nursing home residents and their families.

However, current law has a severe penalty that causes nursing homes with fines over a certain level ($10,483 as of 2017) to automatically lose their ability to train CNAs for 2 years - even if the care deficiencies cited are unrelated to the nursing home’s CNA training program.
The loss of CNA training authority runs directly counter to the a nursing home’s ability to provide the highest quality of care. At a time of workforce shortages, this lockout can be a major barrier to improving and maintaining high quality of care. Tell Congress that now is the time to end the mandatory CNA training lockout!


Please be sure to add your personal story to your message to Congress, especially if your organization has experience with this issue. If you are not experiencing a lockout you can still make your voice heard and your members of Congress will hear you.

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Less is More: Well-Being Before the Med Cart Learning Collaborative begins in January 2019

Please follow this link for more information on the project: Optimize Medication Use, Maximize Well-Being: A Person-Directed Approach.

Check out state legislation being tracked by MCMCFC

2018 Spring Management gathering

2018 SM pic 1 2018 SM pic 4 2018 SM golf pic 2

To see more photos from the event, click here.

MHTTF logotype.proof001.redHuman Trafficking resources

In the wake of the presentation on human trafficking at the 2017 Legislative Conference, the council  has created a special folder with resources to assist members in fighting this scourge. To visit the archives, click here.

Additional resources can be found at the website of the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force.

 Person and Family Centered Care

This website provides information about two entities that strive to make the highest quality nursing home care available to citizens of the state of Michigan. The goal of both entities is to keep the resident at the center of all care provided. Aplying the best clinical evidence, we will seek to achieve the highest level of person and family-centered care. Safety, quality, outcomes, building trusting relationships, and meeting the needs of the person being cared for in comfortable surroundings is what we are all about.

The two entities focused on providing this service are the county Medical Care Facilities (MCFs) which are nursing homes, located throughout the state of Michigan; and the Michigan County Medical Care Facilities Council, an organization formed to support, educate and advocate on behalf of those facilities. The majority of this site will be devoted to the facilities themselves, either individually or collectively, and to information that may assist you in becoming informed on the subject of medical/nursing home care, how it is provided and regulated, and some of the current issues in the field.

The Facilities

There are 34 Medical Care Facilities in Michigan. Medical Care Facilities serve citizens in all of Michigan’s 83 counties and are the safety net for Michigan’s most vulnerable citizens who need nursing home care regardless of their ability to pay for care. Medical Care Facilities are county-owned and operated nursing homes and, as such, many receive support from local millage and bond funding.

Medical Care Facilities offer a variety of services depending on the facility. In addition to long-term skilled nursing care, many Medical Care Facilities provide a range of programs and services, including adult day and overnight respite care, rehabilitation services, Alzheimer’s and related dementia care, rehabilitative therapy services, and independent and assisted living.

The Council

The Council represents these publicly owned and financed facilities to policy makers within the state of Michigan, and at the federal level. The Council also provides education, through conferences and other meetings, to permit Medical Care Facility administrators and staff to remain current on issues of importance.