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.
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.
Zuleyma Santos was only 35 when she was diagnosed with peripartum cardiomyopathy. An implanted mechanical pump has given her a new lease on life while she awaits a heart transplant.
Due to increased demand, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has added amoxicillin oral powder for suspension to the drug shortage list and has issued guidance — in effect immediately — on its compounding.
Two separate conferences set for Riverside in December will focus on behavioral health and emergency services.
Stim-ulating: How a teen’s stomach pains led Children’s Hospital of Orange County doctors on a journey to find, and cure, what was ailing her.
What initially seemed like normal flu symptoms for Gabby Manoz quickly turned into something much more serious.