Over the course of a year, nearly 8 million Californians don’t have enough to eat. Food insecurity is now a major concern throughout the state. But in several cities, hospitals are stepping up, taking a stand against hunger, and helping to feed their communities.
A new, comprehensive report from renowned consulting firm Kaufman Hall shows how health care partnerships can help to save lives, maintain access to care, and lower costs for Californians.
CHA Innovation in the Time of COVID-19: A Video Series visits seven hospitals around the state to witness their innovative approaches to striving for better service, care, and community.
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CHA is hosting a members-only webinar on December 15 that will review Cal/OSHA Workplace Violence Mitigation plan requirements. They will also discuss the American Hospital Association Hospitals Against Violence Initiative, featuring the Creating Safer Workplaces guide.
CHA is hosting a member forum on January 7 at 8 a.m. (PT) to share a new messaging framework for advocacy related to modernizing disaster preparedness requirements — commonly referred to as seismic standards reform.
The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) is transitioning all Medi-Cal managed care (MC) outpatient pharmacy services to the fee-for-service (FFS) delivery system on Jan. 1, 2022 — the much-anticipated implementation of Medi-Cal Rx is upon us. This transition will standardize the Medi-Cal outpatient pharmacy benefit statewide under one delivery system administered by DHCS and […]
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Each year, hospitals contribute more than $20.5 billion to support vulnerable populations, such as children, seniors, and low-income residents, in their communities.