California is no stranger to disasters and over the last three years, the pandemic has taken center stage in this state and around the globe. The Oct. 3-4 2023 CHA Disaster Planning Conference will return focus to other disasters that need attention, from earthquakes and floods to violence in hospitals.
Born and raised in Cuba, Angelfrey Armas Ruiz, MD, made significant sacrifices on his path to becoming a doctor.
CHA, the California Medical Association (CMA), Texas Medical Association, and Texas Hospital Association will cohost a free webinar on the new federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program rules, which expand eligibility for California and Texas physicians. The webinar will take place on Sept. 28 at 12:15 p.m. (PT).
On Sept. 11, CHA is hosting a members-only webinar with emergency medical services (EMS) partners from multiple organizations to provide an overview of the future landscape of the EMS system.
Last week, both of the CHA-supported health equity bills on the Senate Appropriations suspense file — Assembly Bill (AB) 1057 and AB 1202 — moved off of the suspense file and onto the floor for a full Senate vote.
On Aug. 31, the California Hospital Association shared comments with the Office of Health Care Affordability on its draft cost and market impact review regulations. The letter conveys a significant number of concerns and requests amendments that are largely focused on properly scoping the breadth of the office’s oversight and bringing regulations in line with the authorizing statute.