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by Deanna Martin
The American Society for Health Care Risk Management will host the ASHRM23 Annual Conference Oct. 1-4 in Minneapolis. This conference brings together professionals from across the health care risk management sector.
by Ari Levin, by John Allison
The Medicaid program now faces the most significant coverage challenge in more than a decade. Consequently, over the past few months, hospitals have started to see a substantial increase in uncompensated care.
by Robyn Begley, DNP, RN, CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership , by Chris DeRienzo
The American Hospital Association (AHA) believes that no health care worker should experience barriers to seeking or receiving behavioral health care. Consistent with that commitment, we encourage hospitals to examine any practices impacting whether health care providers seek behavioral health care services.
by John Haupert, Chair, American Hospital Association
The greatest resource in the health care field is our workforce.
by Rick Pollack, President and CEO, AHA
Hospitals are places of healing, health and hope. They strive to create safe spaces for the patients and communities they serve and the dedicated team members who work there each and every day.
by Julie Goldstein Grumet
For National Suicide Prevention Month and National Physician Suicide Awareness Day, the Zero Suicide Institute and the Suicide Prevention in the Health Care Workforce guide provides strategies for preventing suicide in physicians and health care workers.
by John Haupert, Chair, American Hospital Association
September is National Preparedness Month. And today marks the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the U.S.
by Rick Pollack, President and CEO, AHA
With only 11 days that the House and Senate are in session together before the fiscal year concludes, much of the attention in Washington is on how Congress will fund the government and whether there will be a government shutdown.