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Dec 17, 2018 by Nancy Agee
We look ahead with optimism as we advance the goals of improving health care quality, equity, access and affordability for all Americans.  
Dec 14, 2018 by Rick Pollack
As we all work to reduce cost and improve value; deliver superior outcomes; create new innovative delivery models; and develop new strategic alliances, there’s great opportunity for innovation.
Dec 13, 2018 by Jay Bhatt
When many of the brightest people in the health care field gather for some epic brainstorming to predict what the future of health care will look like, the results deserve our attention.
Dec 12, 2018 by Elisa Arespacochaga
In this AHA Stat blog post, Elisa Arespacochaga, vice president of AHA's Physician Alliance, highlights how three organizations – HCA Healthcare, Erlanger Health System and the Minnesota Hospital Association – have implemented strategies to help tackle physician burnout.
Dec 12, 2018 by Ashley Thompson
Axios' The poor state of U.S hospital quality (December 1, 2018) gives an incomplete view on the state of quality and safety in America’s hospitals and health systems.
Dec 11, 2018 by Maryjane Wurth
Long-standing players in the health care market, along with a growing number of new market entrants – including tech behemoths and aggressive startups – have driven a flurry of activity in the health care space in 2018. And the pace of this activity has only increased in the last six months of the year.
Dec 10, 2018 by Nancy Agee
Transforming a park overrun with drug dealers and gangs into a safe, open space for recreation and activities for all ages, including youth and older adults.
Dec 10, 2018 by Rick Pollack
AHA response to Modern Healthcare story "Flaws in reporting create knowledge vacuum regarding community benefits"
Dec 7, 2018 by Rick Pollack
This week, as our nation marked the passing of President George H.W. Bush, I thought about what he meant for the country and its health.
Dec 6, 2018 by Melinda Hatton
AHA Senior Vice President Melinda Reid Hatton examines why a recent study on hospital consolidation from the Center for American Progress misses the mark.