An AHA advertorial published today in the Wall Street Journal highlights the growing challenges facing the nation’s health care workforce, how America’s hospitals and health systems are working to support them, and the need for policymakers at every level of government to do the same.

“The people of our nation’s workforce have proven to be the real health care heroes — not only over these past two years in the fight against COVID-19, but every single day as they provide care, comfort and compassion. Hospitals and health systems are committed to going the extra mile for them.”
 

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