The AHA's Center for Health Innovation, joined by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' Hospital Improvement Innovation Network and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's Safety Program for ICUs, recognized seven state and allied associations for their accomplishments in performance improvement projects. 

The Delaware Hospital Association and Indiana Hospital Association received the AHA performance improvement award for engagement in HIIN; Wyoming Hospital Association and Kentucky Hospital Association received the award for improvement in HIIN; and Maine Hospital Association received the award for rural excellence in HIIN. Health Quality Innovators received the award for engagement in the AHRQ ICU Safety Program, and the Ohio Hospital Association received the award for improvement in the AHRQ ICU Safety Program.

 

Related News Articles

Headline
Recognizing the ongoing efforts of hospital and health systems fighting COVID-19 in their communities while also providing care for other patient needs, …
#HealthCareInnovation Thursday Blog
Building and maintaining strong and aligned working relationships with physicians are key responsibilities for hospital and health system leaders, and are…
Chairperson's File
America’s health care providers are no strangers to challenges. Time and again, we have overcome complex, difficult and daunting situations by using innovative…
#HealthCareInnovation Thursday Blog
Residents in Carrollton, Ga., can use their smartphone or tablet to make healthy choices while dining out, thanks to a “Menu It” app launched by Tanner…
Headline
The next Age-Friendly Health System Action Community will commence March 25 and run through October, offering free monthly webinars and an in-person…
#HealthCareInnovation Thursday Blog
At the AHA and AHA Center for Health Innovation, we’re working with hospitals and health systems and their community partners to build a culture of…