CHA has developed resources to support two of its advocacy priorities for 2023.
A new documentary film called Inhospitable — which takes a biased, unflattering look at the financial operations and obligations of not-for-profit hospitals — is generating attention on social media platforms and via in-person and virtual theatrical screenings across the country.
Last week, AM Best, a global credit rating agency, announced it had revised the rating for California Healthcare Insurance (CHI) Company, a risk retention group, to A with a Stable outlook from A- with a Positive outlook.
The American Hospital Association and its professional membership groups have developed resources to assist hospitals and health systems in celebrating National Hospital Week, May 8-14.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) annual membership meeting is just a few weeks away. Traditionally, a feature of the meeting is an opportunity for hospitals to deliver important messages about their needs directly to members of Congress.
In January, Sutter Health CEO Emeritus Sarah Krevans stepped into her role as CHA’s 2022 board chair. In this video message, she reflects on hospitals’ vital response during the pandemic and lessons learned to improve health care going forward.
CHA News will not be published on Monday, Feb. 21. It will resume publication on Thursday, Feb. 24.
For the first time in its history, the American Red Cross has announced what it is calling a national blood crisis, and on Jan. 27 the American Hospital Association, American Medical Association, and American Nurses Association released a joint statement urging Americans to donate blood.
CHA has posted resources to support each of its eight advocacy priorities for 2022. The materials include key messages, an issue brief, and infographic for each topic and are designed to assist members when talking with policymakers, the media, or the public about these issues.
Because of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, CHA News will not publish on Monday, Jan. 17. Publication will resume on Jan. 20.