On Tuesday, as expected, the bill to create California’s Office of Health Care Affordability unanimously passed out of the Assembly Health Committee, with a couple legislators choosing not to vote. The bill, which has the power to fundamentally change how health care in California is delivered, saw minimal debate — just a few brief questions […]
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Background: Staffing shortages may jeopardize access to careAB 650 would mandate unfair and inequitable extra pay for only some health care workers while excluding millions of other essential and health care workers throughout the state. The bill mandates extra pay to workers at private hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, surgery centers, and other providers but excludes […]
Overview The 2021 edition has been completely revamped and updated to reflect current state and federal law. The surveyors have arrived, unannounced, at your hospital. What do you do first? What will the surveyors do? The California Hospital Survey Manual can help hospitals prepare for the survey process, explains how surveyors conduct their surveys, and offers tips […]
Hospitals that are members of the California Hospital Association may use these model forms, appendices, signs and handouts as templates in developing their own forms, signs and handouts.
CHA forms are updated periodically. The current version of CHA forms are downloadable from this page, and may or may not match the forms found in CHA’s printed manuals. The date on which each form was last updated appears in the lower right corner of each form.
Thank you for registering. Below are important instructions and materials you will need to participate in the webinar. Date: April 22, 2021Time: 1:30 – 2:30 p.m., Pacific Time
Experts predict it isn’t a matter of if California hospitals will experience professional liability and employment claims related to the COVID-19 pandemic, but a matter of when. To provide strategies for potential litigation that might be coming hospitals’ way, CHA will host a webinar on COVID-19: Preparing for Potential Litigation on April 20 from 10:30 […]
The California Department of Public Health has launched a Let’s Get to Immunity campaign. The campaign features a toolkit designed to help communicate about ongoing COVID-19 vaccine efforts in California with ready-to-use digital resources that can be shared in the community and on social media.
April 20, 202110:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Pacific TimeA complimentary, CHA members-only webinar