Action Alert

As part of our initiative to balance the narrative and seize the conversation about the crucial role hospitals play, the AHA calls on all hospitals to join this concerted effort to tell the hospital story. With hospitals and health systems serving every corner of this nation, we urge you to raise…
Please contact your representatives today and urge them to make a number of changes to the Build Back Better Act (H.R.5376) to support patients and communities and the hospitals and health systems that care for them.
Please contact your representatives today and urge them to sign onto a “Dear Colleague” letter circulating in the House.
Please contact your representatives and senators today and urge them to include a number of policies that support America’s hospitals and health systems to ensure that the nation’s health care needs can be met today and into the future.
The Provider Relief Fund Deadline Extension Act (S. 2493/H.R. 4735) was introduced yesterday in the Senate and House.
AHA urges hospital and health system leaders to contact their senators and representatives and urge them not to use unobligated COVID-19 Provider Relief Funds or extend the 2% mandatory sequestration cut to Medicare to help pay for the infrastructure package currently under consideration.
Congress and the Biden Administration continue to prepare legislative language for a roughly $1.2 trillion infrastructure package as part of an agreement reached recently between the White House and a bipartisan group of senators. As part of that process, they are deciding how to pay for the…
Congress and the Biden Administration are continuing to discuss proposals for a significant legislative package to address the nation’s infrastructure. While negotiations about the size and scope of the package, as well as whether there will be a bipartisan agreement on some pieces of the package…
Please contact your members of Congress and urge them to support legislation that will provide certainty to hospitals participating in the 340B Drug Pricing Program during the COVID-19 public health emergency.