The Michigan Health Improvement Alliance supports many of the region’s transformational health initiatives with grant funding from various local partners and national and statewide organizations such as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Michigan Health Endowment Fund. 

We also work with local stakeholders to support community progress through the THRIVE Health and Wellbeing Fund. This essential fund invests in proven initiatives that have a track record of supporting health- and community-improvement outcomes at scale. We engage funding from government, philanthropic and private donations to advance outcomes for children, families and seniors and advance our goal of Healthy People, Vibrant Communities.

MiHIA exists to facilitate a healthier community and region. By serving as a regional hub for sharing health information and the collaboration among multiple stakeholders including patients and their families, MiHIA can fulfill it’s vision and mission.

Supporting MiHIA is an investment in the health of the region. As the catalyst for change, MiHIA is the collective impact group that is focused on improving regional aspects of our health care systems and health of our communities. Your investment helps meet the goal of building a thriving community of health excellence.


We believe in transparency, and as such, MiHIA’s Funding Model is shown here. Our operational costs are largely funded by contributions from corporations and affiliate organizations. The expenses for daily functions of MiHIA include new Quadruple Aim initiatives, board meetings, non-profit requirements, grant writing, I/T support, marketing, and telecommunications. Projects are historically funded through grants, foundations or other contributions.

Funding Model 2018-2021

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