About Clinical Care
Taking care of patients and their communities is at the heart of what hospitals do, and that wouldn’t be possible without the clinical services that hospitals provide. These services touch all aspects of a hospital’s operations, ranging from the emergency department to behavioral health. Through its numerous area-specific groups, CHA provides advocacy and representation on all aspects of operations — guiding hospitals in meeting regulatory, legal, and licensing requirements.
Gone are the dreary psychiatric facilities with sterile interiors and small windows. With large windows and white-oak floors, the new home of UCSF’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences aims to promote transparency and normalize mental health care.
CHA has submitted comments on the proposed rule updating the 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process. In the letter, CHA generally supported the proposed rule from the Health Resources and Services Administration. CHA offered specific comments on the revised ADR panel role, structure, and the elimination of the minimum threshold of the disputed claims.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued guidance, effective immediately, on compounding certain ibuprofen oral suspension products in the wake of record high demand for the product.
On Jan. 10, the U. S. District Court for the District of Columbia sent a case about 340B underpayments back to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
The Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) has released regulations enabling nurse practitioners (NPs) in specified settings to practice without standardized procedures, expanding access to critically needed health care across California.
The Infant Chronic Lung Disease Program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles provides coordinated and comprehensive care in all areas of development for infants and children with severe bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
This webinar will provide a review of new state laws affecting all hospitals that treat patients on an involuntary psychiatric hold including hospital emergency departments and inpatient psychiatric services. It will describe the intersection of hospital EMTALA requirements and the involuntary psychiatric hold process. Audience:Health Care Executives, Case Managers, Social Workers, Risk Managers, Emergency Department […]
CHA has issued a detailed summary of the proposed rule updating the 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process.
The Health Resources and Services Administration has issued a long-awaited proposed rule updating the 340B administrative dispute resolution (ADR) process.
Attendees of two different conferences in Riverside — one for behavioral health and the other for emergency services — have only days left to register for the events.