The Mississippi Hospital Association is the statewide trade organization dedicated to effectively serving the health care needs of Mississippi through serving those who serve us all - our state's hospitals and their employees.

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Mark your calendar now for our upcoming MHAPAC regional events. For more information, contact Richard Roberson at (800) 289-8884, (601) 368-3390 or



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MHA Solutions delivers member-owned and member-managed services and products that support your hospital's operational needs.

MHA works to represent the best interests of our members and their patients by advocating at the state and federal levels for policies that increase access to care and improve quality. Visit the MHA Advocacy Center to sign up for alerts, find your legislator or research a bill affecting hospitals.

If you have a complaint about your hospital visit, you can contact the Mississippi State Department of Health at 1-800-227-7308. To file a complaint about an insurance company, contact the Mississippi Insurance Department.

Rural hospitals are essential to our state's health care safety net. Subscribe to the latest news affecting rural hospitals on MHA's Center for Rural Health blog.

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MHA's 85th annual Leadership Conference offered fun and fellowship for all. See all of the pictures from the conference here.

Join an MHA affiliated society, win a $500 gift card. Find out more at With society membership, you have access to resources right in your own back yard. Each society holds an annual meeting, and members have a variety of networking and online learning opportunities.  

The Notice of Observation Treatment and Implication for Care Eligibility (NOTICE) Act requires written notification to Medicare patients of observation services. The act became law on Aug. 6, 2015, and implementation is required by Aug. 6, 2016. Get ready here.