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Apr 28, 2022 by Holly L. Geyer, M.D.
Reduce barriers to naloxone access. Put it in the hands of patients, families, friends, law enforcement officers and anyone hoping for the chance to be a Good Samaritan.
Apr 26, 2022 by Saavon Smalls
Updates from the American Hospital Association Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., April 24-26, 2022.
Apr 25, 2022 by Joy A. Lewis
National Minority Health Month can be a launchpad to closing the ‘knowing-doing’ gap.
Apr 22, 2022 by Rick Pollack
Americans are ready to move on from COVID-19, but the virus isn’t finished, and hospitals are still feeling the crush of the pandemic.
Apr 21, 2022 by Nancy Myers
Attendees of the upcoming Accelerating Health Equity Conference, May 10-12 in Cleveland, will have an excellent opportunity to see the Health Equity Roadmap come to life as they join counterparts in other health care and community organizations for hands-on learning that can bolster efforts to advance diversity, equity and inclusion.
Apr 19, 2022
We spoke with Leon D. Caldwell, AHA’s senior director for health equity strategies and innovation and one of the Health Equity Roadmap’s architects, about its importance to hospitals and health systems.
Apr 18, 2022 by Wright L. Lassiter III, Chair, American Hospital Association
On this episode, Wright L. Lassiter III, Chair, American Hospital Association, talks with Matthew Stanley, D.O., a psychiatrist and clinical vice president of the behavioral health service line at Avera Health, based in Sioux Falls, S.D. He is chair-elect of AHA’s Behavioral Health Services Committee.
Apr 15, 2022 by Rick Pollack
Hospital and health system leaders from across the country next weekend will begin to arrive in Washington, D.C.
Apr 12, 2022 by Rick Pollack
All hospitals and health systems, regardless of size, location and type of ownership, are dedicated to caring for their patients and communities in a wide variety of ways.
Apr 11, 2022 by Wright L. Lassiter III, Chair, American Hospital Association
This week is Black Maternal Health Week, and April is National Minority Health Month. It’s an opportunity to “deepen the conversation” about black maternal health in the U.S. and to highlight the “important role individuals and organizations can play” in helping to reduce health disparities and improve the health of racial and ethnic minority communities.