Realizing that many hospitals may still have questions about the registration and application period for the Retention Payment Program, CHA is hosting a webinar on Dec. 1 to provide updates and operational support.
The state retention pay program represents an important step our state is taking toward recognizing the invaluable contributions of California’s health care workers.
Join CHA’s Trina Gonzalez along with Andrea Frey, associate at Hooper, Lundy & Bookman, PC, as they break down everything you need to know to ensure the successful execution of your hospital’s DSA.
On July 22, the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) officially announced that the clock for the Retention Payment Program will begin on July 30 and run until Oct. 28.
On Monday, CHA issued an Alert asking hospitals to write and call their assembly member to oppose Assembly Bill (AB) 650 (Muratsuchi, D-Torrance) and to write and call their state senator, asking them to oppose Senate Bill (SB) 213 (Cortese, D-San Jose).
On March 19, Gov. Newsom signed Senate Bill 95, the COVID-19 supplemental paid sick leave bill. As a budget trailer bill, it goes into effect immediately, but employers have until March 29 to come into compliance.