CHA will hold a webinar on May 20 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. (PT) to detail the Department of Health Care Access and Information’s (HCAI) new Hospital Disclosures and Compliance System, designed to assist hospitals in completing their Hospital Supplier Diversity Reports, which are due July 1.
For the report due July 1, 2022, HCAI has developed a new reporting program, the Hospital Disclosures and Compliance (HDC) System. This program will allow hospitals to submit reports electronically and will be ready for hospitals to start using on June 1, 2022.
CHA’s Disaster Planning Conference is scheduled for Sept. 13-14 at the Pasadena Convention Center.
REMEMBER, RECHARGE, and RECONNECT “Learn from the past, prepare for the future, live in the present.” -Thomas Monson What health care workers experienced over the last two years will be talked about for generations to come. We suffered professional and personal losses, pushed ourselves beyond our limits, and learned more than we ever expected. Fortunately, […]
President Biden has announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency will continue to provide 100% federal reimbursement for eligible costs associated with ongoing COVID-19 recovery efforts and vaccine initiatives through April 1, 2022. The funding will be available to local, state, tribal or territorial governments, and certain non-profit organizations. The policy was set to expire on Dec. 31.
Registration is now open for CHA’s Disaster Planning Virtual Conference. This dynamic conference, which will be held Sept 14-15, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. (PT) both days, will celebrate and draw inspiration from the determination and perseverance of disaster professionals up and down the state.
The Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA) has released a clarification that EMS personnel are not covered by the vaccination mandate health order released by the California Department of Public Health on Aug. 5.
In 2020, the major power utilities in California waived the requirement for medical practitioners to certify a patient’s request to enroll in their medical baseline programs. However, this temporary waiver allowing customers to self-certify their eligibility to enroll ended on June 30, and a signature from a qualified medical practitioner is now required.
Join colleagues at CHA’s Disaster Planning Conference — a virtual event on Sept. 14-15 — to share lessons from 2020 and apply them to the challenges of 2021 and beyond.
On June 25, CHA issued an alert urging lawmakers to vote yes on a budget trailer bill to modernize disaster preparedness standards.