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Telling a Story with Data to Improve Health Equity

Mar 25, 2021
A new Market Insights report from the AHA Center for Health Innovation describes how to use data to build new capabilities that improve health outcomes for patients and communities.

Blog: Leaders offer 7 standards of excellence in community health investments

Mar 9, 2021
Health care systems must partner in effective community-based approaches in caring for populations, write three leaders from Providence. Using evidence from more than four decades of place-based investments, the authors write that comprehensive, multi-dimensional community investment strategies can measurably advance human health and well-being. Read more about the seven Standards of Excellence in Community Health Investments for consideration by health care systems and partners.

Chair File: Using Data to Transform Health Care

Mar 1, 2021
During our rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals and health systems have developed new ways of collecting, evaluating and sharing data to improve patient care. It’s one way the pandemic is reshaping health care now and into the future.

Chair File: How COVID-19 Will Reshape Health Care: 10 Predictions

Feb 16, 2021
As we forge ahead in 2021 facing a lot of uncertainty, there’s one thing we recognize: The COVID-19 pandemic will have a lasting effect on the health and well-being of our nation.

Using Lessons from the Pandemic to Reimagine Health Care

Jan 14, 2021
Even as we continue to address COVD-19 challenges, let’s consider the experiences of the past year, looking for lessons learned and opportunities for the future. Here are four major areas that changed during the pandemic and are likely to keep transforming health care in the year ahead.

Perspective: Knocking down roadblocks to care for patients and providers

Nov 15, 2019
We’re proposing that CMS standardize prior authorization requirements and processes and increase its oversight of the health plans the agency regulates, including Medicare Advantage plans.

Op-ed Wrongly Lays the Blame for High Costs on EDs

Sep 19, 2018
In times of distress, Americans turn to hospital emergency departments. They do so because they know that there they will find care – from simple stitches to sophisticated diagnostics to emergency surgery. And they know that, no matter what, they will not be turned away.

February is American Heart Month

Feb 1, 2018
Traditionally the month for lovers and all things heart related, February also reminds us to take care of our heart. It is American Heart Month.

A Year of Consequence, A Year of Caring

Dec 22, 2017
It’s been an historic year for America’s hospitals and health systems. Congress last night approved a short-term continuing resolution funding the government through Jan. 19.