MVC provides a number of engagement activities for hospitals and physician organizations (POs) to collaborate and share best practices. The 2022 event calendar includes a full list of events with registration links. To participate in an engagement activity, please contact the MVC Coordinating Center.

Site Visits

The MVC Engagement Team offers site visits to all collaborative members. Representatives from the MVC team engage virtually to meet with hospital or Physician organization leaders to deliver information on any requested topics, provide an overview of the registry data, push reports and ongoing quality improvement projects. Additionally, these visits provide the ability to spark ideas for potential collaboration, and summarize the benefits of being part of MVC.

Regional Networking Dinners with Hospitals & PO Leaders

MVC hosts dinners around the state to engage hospital and PO leaders in discussions around varying topics and related data as well as provide networking opportunities. These are offered at least once for each region so members may network with others in their geographic area.

Semi-Annual Collaborative Meetings

MVC holds meetings twice a year to bring quality leaders across the state together. The Coordinating Center invites speakers to share their stories of success, challenges, and barriers around the value coalition campaigns (VCCs) and other topics of interest to our membership.

MVC returned to in-person meetings in October 2022. Presentations included:

  • MVC UPDATES: P4P Program and Pharmacy Data (slides)
  • KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Dr. Lindsey Kelley, Michigan Medicine, Improving patient care through better access to high-cost and complex medications (slides)
  • HOSPITAL SPEAKER: Dr. Troy Shirley, Bronson Healthcare, Improving health equity through pharmacy-based initiatives (slides)
  • PHYSICIAN ORGANIZATION SPEAKER: Dr. Tiffany Jenkins, Trinity Health Alliance of Michigan, Population health pharmacy initiatives within a PO (slides)
  • CQI SPEAKER: Dr. Mark Bicket, Opioid Prescribing Engagement Network (OPEN), Improving medication adherence for surgical pain management (slides)

The recording from the May 2022 virtual meeting can be found here.

The recording from the October 2021 virtual meeting can be found here.


Workgroups consist of a diverse group of representatives from Michigan hospitals and POs that meet virtually to collaborate and share ideas related to various topics. The current workgroup topics are:

  • Health Equity (NEW!)
  • Health in Action (NEW!)
  • Chronic Disease Management (includes CHF and COPD)
  • Joint Replacement
  • Sepsis
  • Diabetes


The MVC Coordinating Center provides customized one-on-one webinars to review member’s specific facility or hospital data on the registry with any registry access request. The engagement team can also provide customized webinars to  individuals or designated groups at any hospital or physician organization to provide an in-depth overview of the registry and break down of facility data. These webinars help to identify specific areas of opportunity.

MVC Online

Blog: The MVC Blog provides weekly posts with best practices, current events, and news from the MVC Coordinating Center. You can visit the blog here.

Newsletter: Quarterly newsletters provide in-depth synopses of MVC events. Each newsletter features information on past and upcoming events as well as spotlights on members and partners.

March 2022 edition

June 2022 edition

October 2022 edition

December 2022 edition

Social Media: Stay up to date with MVC on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Case Studies

The MVC Coordinating Center often prepares custom analytics for its members. In instances when these reports result in meaningful action or success stories, the Coordinating Center endeavors to create case studies featuring their steps and outcomes as an example for members with a similar quality improvement focus.

McLaren Port Huron Hospital Analytics Help Inform Readmissions Strategy

Spectrum Health Lakeland Hospital Investigates COPD Readmissions & Episode Spending

McLaren Physician Partners Implement COPD Care Management Tool