During a Q&A with AHA Immediate Past Board Chair John Haupert at the AHA Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., Sanjay Gupta, M.D., chief medical correspondent for CNN, author and neurosurgeon, highlighted the need to learn more about brain health and how it can be measured.
During its Annual Membership Meeting April 14 in Washington, D.C., the AHA honored 2024 Board Chair Joanne Conroy, M.D., president and CEO of Dartmouth Health.
While artificial intelligence is not new to health care, the current inflection point is an opportunity the health care sector cannot afford to miss, a panel of experts told hospital leaders April 14.
Two Administration officials April 14 discussed how the federal government is working with hospitals and other parts of the health care sector to defend against cyber threats and mitigate cyberatta
Stacey Hughes, AHA’s executive vice president for government relations and public policy, discussed key messages that hospital and health system leaders should share with their lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week.
AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack began AHA’s 2024 Annual Meeting remarking on the essential work of hospitals and health systems, as well as the many challenges they are facing, including workforce shortages, underpayment, supply chain issues and cyberattacks.
The voluntary Episode Quality Improvement Program for specialist physicians saved Medicare $20 million in its first year, the Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission
ASHP tracked a record 323 active drug shortages during the first quarter of 2024, surpassing the previ
Commenting April 12 on a proposed rule to strengthen oversight of accrediting organizations, AHA told the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services it supports requiring accrediting organizations to use Medicare’s Conditions of Participation and Conditions for Coverage as their minimum accreditation standards, and to provide an explicit crosswalk of their standards with relevant Medicare regulations.
The Department of Health and Human Services’ revised “bulletin” for HIPAA covered entities and business associates using online tracking technologies only confirms that the original bulletin was “substantively and procedurally unlawful,” AHA April 11 told a federal court hearing its challenge to a bulletin issued by HHS’ Office for Civil Rights that restricts health care providers from using standard third-party web technologies that capture IP addresses on portions of their public-facing webpages.