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The MBIPC is long recognized as a national leader, maintaining the nation’s best treatment system through an enlightened business league. Since 1987 the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council, a 501 (c)(6) trade association has served providers in professions related to brain injury rehabilitation.
"We envision case managers as pioneers of healthcare change...key initiators of, and participants in the healthcare team who open up new areas of thought...research and development...leading the way toward the day when every American will know what a case/care manager does & will know how to access case/care management services."
The Michigan Self-Insurers' Association [MSIA] is a non-profit organization, originally organized in 1952. We are exclusively dedicated to educating employers on workers’ compensation issues and perpetuation of sound and conservative self-insurance for workers’ compensation.
The Michigan chapter of the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses was formed in 1977. Subsequently the Southwestern chapter and the Southeastern chapter were formed in an attempt to meet the needs of rehabilitation nurses throughout the state. In 2004 these two chapters merged to form MI-ARN, the Michigan chapter of ARN as it exists today.
MI-ARN seeks to facilitate state-wide involvement by: providing educational programs at various locations throughout the state; producing four or more Newsletters each year mailed to all members.
Our mission is to advance brain injury prevention, research, treatment and education and to improve the quality of life for all individuals impacted by brain injury. Through advocacy, we bring help, hope and healing to millions of individuals living with brain injury, their families and the professionals who serve them
The Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN) recognizes that rehabilitation nurses go above and beyond in caring for their patients every day. Our membership includes more than 5,600 professional nurses who together form a community singularly devoted to advancing and promoting rehabilitation nursing in a variety of practice settings, including nursing schools, acute care hospitals, inpatient rehabilitation units/hospitals, long term care hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and home health agencies. The wealth of knowledge and information our community of nurses share is extensive
Michigan is home to approximately 1.3 million individuals with disabilities. MRS works with eligible customers and employers to achieve quality employment outcomes and independence for individuals with disabilities. We work in partnership with individuals with disabilities to prepare for and obtain competitive employment, including exploring the possibilities of self-employment or owning a small business. Employment services to individuals with disabilities are provided in all 83 Michigan counties
MRS also assists employers find and retain qualified workers with disabilities. MRS helps employers save time and money, and maintain a motivated, reliable and dependable workforce.