Sara Lowe, executive director of Emmanuel Hospice, has been elected to the Michigan HomeCare & Hospice Association Board of Directors for a two-year term.
MHHA is a state trade association representing more than 300 members from the home care and hospice industry and is the primary provider of home health education in Michigan. Its 16-member board provides oversight of all MHHA activities, including legislative and regulatory advocacy, and the continued advancement of home care best practices.
“I’m honored by the opportunity to represent Emmanuel Hospice through this role on the board of the Michigan HomeCare & Hospice Association,” Lowe said. “MHHA’s commitment to the continued advancement of health care in our state is right in line with Emmanuel’s efforts to expand the boundaries of care for our patients and their loved ones.
“I look forward to contributing to the ongoing efforts of MHHA to positively impact the home health care and hospice industry.”
MHHA was established in 1981 and serves as the “unified voice, principal resource and advocate for the success of its member organizations as best practice providers of home health, hospice, private duty, home medical equipment and pharmacy-infusion services for the residents of Michigan.”
The association supports and promotes cost-saving projects and industry research. It also facilitates “understanding, cooperation and communication among home health care providers” and serves as a liaison with other organizations at local, state and national levels.
More information about the trade association is available at MHHA.org.