Cyberattack: Preparing for and Reacting to a Breach

“Hospitals with a cybersecurity plan in place prior to an attack have a better chance at minimizing damage.” Mary Massey, CHA Vice President of Emergency Management The Internet represents one of the biggest tools hospitals utilize to function successfully. It is also one of the largest vulnerabilities. Safeguarding devices, networks, and data from cyberattacks is […]

Explaining CMS’ 2024 OPPS and PFS Proposed Rules Webinar

On July 13, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its calendar year (CY) 2024 outpatient prospective payment system (OPPS) proposed rule and physician fee schedule (PFS) proposed rule. CHA is hosting a members-only webinar to discuss key proposals in these proposed rules on August 21 from 9-10:30 a.m. (PT) ahead of the comment deadline.

The Hitches and Glitches of AB 2275 – LPS 5150 Involuntary Treatment

While Assembly Bill (AB) 2275 went into law six months ago, interpretations on implementing changes vary among counties, and many unanswered questions remain in emergency departments across the state. Join CHA to hear what the law requires, what Lanterman-Petris Short (LPS) Act patients’ rights come into play, and how to engage community partners to successfully […]