About Clinical Care
California’s hospitals are dedicated to providing high-quality, safe, and person-centered health care. This wouldn’t be possible without the clinical services hospitals provide, which include emergency care, surgery, X-ray/radiology, laboratory services, and behavioral health care. The care that hospitals provide is shaped by their communities’ needs.
She once thought Black people couldn’t be doctors. Now Chelsea Nash is set on becoming one while helping people of color do the same.
At Casa Colina, a new way of treating wounds allows blood drawn from patients with diabetic foot ulcers to be processed to create a patch containing the patient’s own fibrin, platelets, and white blood cells.
CHA is hosting a webinar to ensure members are well-informed on proposed bills and understand how collaborations with outside entities like ambulance providers, LEMSAs, and fire departments can aid in delivering effective, safe patient care.
Ella Mae Ferneil’s background is filled with many “firsts” — first African American registered nurse, public health nurse, visiting nurse, and school nurse in the state of California. Children’s Hospital Oakland is proud to honor this remarkable and determined woman.
The online Patient Safety Evaluation System (PSES) Summit, which will be held over two half-days, is set for May 9-10.
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.