To help streamline and standardize the residency verification process and meet hospital credentialing needs, the AHA, in partnership with other national organizations, has developed templates to provide the necessary information to meet credentialing needs while reducing the need for program…
Answers to frequenly asked questions for the AHA Next Generation Leaders Fellowship are provided along with The John A. Hartford Foundation Age-Friendly Health Systems Cohort Scholarship.
AHA and partners provide transformational insights, ideas and actions for addressing the unique care needs of older adults.
AHA Rural Health Update is a compilation of news from the AHA and its Rural Health Services team. Update provides constituents with a synopsis of breaking news on key issues targeted to rural providers.This monthly newsletter covers current rural advocacy priorities for legislation, rulemaking and…
When you’re a member of the American Hospital Association you have access to support, advocacy and resources you won’t get anywhere else. Whether you are new to the organization or have been involved for years, we encourage you to take full advantage of all that’s available to you as a member of…
Environmental sustainability benchmarking for hospitals and health systems
On this page, you can find the latest stories highlighting the good work of our rural members. From innovations in AI to telehealth to new payment models, hospitals and health systems in rural areas are brainstorming bold new ideas worth showcasing here.
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.
The American Hospital Association seal, which was adopted in 1927, is often used alone for podium signage, special certificates and awards.
Hospitals and health systems don’t have to fund innovation on their own. Often, partnering with specialists can be a sound strategy.