We expect that today’s decision will have practical impacts on hospitals and health systems, including on health care provided across state lines, EMTALA obligations, maternal health care, the clinician-patient relationship, medical education and access to care for individuals regardless of socioeconomic status.
Below are the most recent press releases from the American Hospital Association.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) has elected Kate Walsh to fill a vacancy on its Board of Trustees for a term effective immediately and ending December 31, 2024.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) today released Strengthening the Health Care Workforce, the first of a three-part series to help hospital and health system leaders develop immediate, near- and long-term workforce strategies providing key considerations and questions to drive action, as well as resources and case studies.
We are pleased that the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously agreed with us that the Department of Health and Human Services' outpatient payment cuts to hospitals in the 340B Drug Pricing Program were unlawful.
The AHA supports this bipartisan package to help reduce violence in our communities.
Workers who dedicate themselves to saving lives deserve a safe environment – free of violence and intimidation – in which to deliver care.
New EY Analysis: Tax-Exempt Hospitals’ Community Benefits Nine Times Greater Than Value of Federal Tax Exemption
WASHINGTON (June 6, 2022) – Regardless of ownership type, size, and location, all hospitals provide a comprehensive range of benefits and essential services to their communities.
Yesterday was another unfortunate example of gun violence in our country. This latest incident was in a medical facility, a place of healing, on the campus of Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Okla.
When others ran from the pandemic, health care workers ran toward it to try to prevent the spread, care for the sick and save lives.
Rick Pollack President and CEO American Hospital Association May 17, 2022