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State Receives Millions To Improve Emergency Preparedness In Health Care

The state is getting millions of dollars in federal funding to help improve emergency preparedness in health care.

Michigan says the $3.8 million will be distributed to hospitals identified in Michigan’s special pathogen response network.

The network was established in 2014 to strengthen emergency responses to any new or emerging threats to public health.

Every Michigan hospital with an emergency department has a designated tier within the network.