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5 Questions – 4 Communities Design Ways to Improve Black Maternal Outcomes

Nov 4, 2021
The stark differences in maternal health outcomes between Black and White women are widening at an escalating pace, especially due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chair File: Hospitals and Community Benefit: The Stories Behind the Numbers

Oct 4, 2021
When we speak about hospitals and community benefit, it’s often a story focused on numbers. But it’s always about the people we serve. 

Stopping surprise medical billing: Prevention is better than cure.

Sep 8, 2021
Come January 1, 2022, patients will be protected from certain types of unexpected medical bills.  America’s hospitals and health systems strongly support these new patient protections that are included in the No Surprises Act.

On surprise billing, look at the facts and not misleading ads

Sep 2, 2021
Hospitals and health systems have long advocated for protecting patients from certain unexpected medical bills while preserving their access to care.

UnitedHealth Group Using Researchers to Advance Self-Serving Agenda

Aug 16, 2021
Last week a series of emails that became public revealed communication between executives at UnitedHealth Group and researchers studying the frequency of surprise medical billing.

How organizations support physician well-being

Aug 10, 2021
Elisa Arespacochaga, AHA’s vice president of clinical affairs and workforce, outlines the critical importance of clinician well-being programs to help address physician burnout and suicides and workforce shortages, particularly during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Read more.

Chair File: Leadership Rounds — Talking Public Health Preparedness and Population Health with Mount Sinai Health System CEO Kenneth Davis, M.D.

Jun 28, 2021
On this episode, you’ll hear from Kenneth Davis, M.D., president and CEO of Mount Sinai Health System in New York, a system that was on the front lines of the first wave of COVID-19. He is a neurobiologist and a pioneering researcher in the field of brain disease, notably Alzheimer’s disease.

Chair File: Building Age-Friendly Health Systems to Improve Care for Older Adults

Jun 14, 2021
Back in 2011, the first wave of Baby Boomers — people born from 1946 to 1964 — celebrated their 65th birthday. That marked a new demographic trend: the aging of the U.S. population.

Being Intentional about Health Equity — in Everything We Do

Jun 4, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic illuminated health disparities, and the renewed calls for social justice and dismantling structural racism have moved front and center to our community health improvement work.

Adapting to Uncertainty, Learning on the Front Lines and Creating a Purposeful New Normal

Jun 4, 2021
COVID-19. Never have our communities been faced with such a challenge, bringing to light the full spectrum of heartache and resiliency.