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Jul 16, 2018 by Nancy Agee
The Members in Action series, part of AHA’s The Value Initiative, highlights how hospitals and health systems are implementing new value-based strategies to improve health care affordability, quality and outcomes.
Jul 13, 2018 by Rick Pollack
Bending the cost curve to make care more affordable is a complex challenge. But it is a challenge that hospitals and health systems are tackling head on.
Jul 9, 2018 by Nancy Agee
What does it take to be an effective leader of a hospital or health system?
Jul 6, 2018 by Rick Pollack
Health care is full of unsung heroes. Millions of women and men of America’s hospitals and health systems are working every day to improve the health and lives of their neighbors and communities
Jul 2, 2018 by Nancy Agee
The AHA Healthcare Transformation Fellowship is an opportunity for health care leaders to tackle key issues affecting health care delivery and affordability.
Jun 29, 2018 by Rick Pollack
We all want to feel included – that we are part of a community that supports and nurtures us.
Jun 25, 2018 by Nancy Agee
The AHA’s Health Research & Educational Trust is partnering with the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the Catholic Health Association of the United States, with leadership and funding from the John A. Hartford Foundation, to create age-friendly health systems.
Jun 22, 2018 by Rick Pollack
We were pleased to see the House of Representatives this week move forward dozens of bills designed to address aspects of the opioid epidemic that costs more than 100 American lives each day and continues to ravage communities across the nation.
Jun 18, 2018 by Nancy Agee
Please join me and other AHA leaders at the AHA’s Institute for Diversity and Health Equity National Leadership and Education Conference, June 28-29 in Chicago. This year’s theme is “Strengthening Our Roots: Expanding Our Focus in Diversity, Inclusion and Health Equity.”
Jun 15, 2018
For the women and men of America’s hospitals and health systems, nothing is more important than the safety of the patients for whom they are privileged to care.