Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Special Communications

Below are links to AHA resources developed in response to novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For all coronavirus resources and news updates, visit our COVID-19 page.


The American Hospital Association has been working to educate policymakers and the public about the significant challenges facing our field. The AHA in 2024 will work with Congress, the Administration, the regulatory agencies, the courts and others to positively influence the public policy environment for patients, communities and the health care field for years to come.
A peer-to-peer community of health care executives dedicated to helping hospitals and health systems recover, rebuild and reimagine health care in response to COVID-19.
With fall approaching, health officials across the country are once again bracing for a rise in respiratory illnesses, including the triple threat of COVID-19, flu and RSV.
Ensuring a robust nursing workforce in rural Ohio poses unique challenges. Armed with a broad plan to retain their current workforce and recruit additional team members, the team at Fisher-Titus Health created a plan to recruit international nurses to their community ensure they remain a strong independent hospital for years to come.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) May 31 released a final rule to better align certain regulatory requirements with the end of the public health emergency (PHE), including rescission of the health care worker vaccine mandate.
The following questions and answers were jointly developed and approved by the American Hospital Association’s Central Office on ICD-10-CM/PCS and the American Health Information Management Association.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) May 8 updated its COVID-19 infection control and prevention guidelines.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) May 1 published a memorandum directed to state surveyors outlining the regulatory requirements set to be reinstated when the public health emergency (PHE) ends.
he American Hospital Association, Association of American Medical Colleges, America’s Essential Hospitals and the Federation of American Hospitals are pleased to invite you to a call with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).