MHC Insight

The purpose of MHC Insight is to research and report on critical issues facing Michigan’s healthcare workforce. We want to be the primary resource for high-quality, data-driven information on Michigan’s healthcare workforce. By gathering, analyzing, and distributing labor market intelligence on the needs and characteristics of the healthcare workforce, we can obtain new insight about how to best create a cohesive healthcare talent system.

MHC Insight will provide current, actionable traditional and real-time labor market data to assist with crucial decision-making in Michigan’s healthcare economy. This can include but is not limited to: understanding who is hiring and what job opportunities exist; comprehensive labor market reports highlighting the changing scope of the healthcare workforce in Michigan; the design and implementation of surveys to understand skills and competencies desired by employers; and econometric impact analysis of policy changes or economic shocks on the healthcare workforce.

About The Director:

Michelle Wein is the Director of Research at the Michigan Health Council. She oversees MHC Insight, and analyzes and reports on critical issues facing Michigan’s healthcare workforce.

Prior to joining the MHC team, Michelle was the Director of Research for the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan. She also worked for the State of Michigan as an Economic Analyst focused on monitoring economic growth in the West and Northwest regions of Michigan.

Before her role at the State of Michigan, Michelle spent four years living in Washington, D.C., where she had various roles within the federal government and non-profit sector focused on international trade policy analysis and intellectual property rights protection. Her work has been featured in International Economy, Forbes, Ottawa Citizen, Huffington Post, PC Magazine, and The Hill, among others.

Michelle is a Michigan native and holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Science with Honors in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and a Masters of Public Policy from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.