AHA Rural Health Care Leadership Conference

Sep 1, 2023
In this podcast episode, listeners will learn how a persistent data-centric security approach and program can help to reduce the cyber risks that threaten patient safety and care delivery, as well as how to decrease the threat of cyber-attacks, including ransomware.
Sep 1, 2023
In this podcast episode, listeners will learn how to create a culture of cybersecurity in their organization and facilitate board-level risk visibility and accountability to ultimately protect patient safety.
Sep 1, 2023
In this podcast episode, listeners will learn how hospital executives, IT departments, staff, and hospital boards can align before a cyberattack, so that if an attack occurs, everyone is prepared.
May 5, 2023
The 2024 AHA Rural Health Care Leadership Conference, February 11-14 in Orlando, will gather more than 1,000 rural health leaders committed to advancing rural health and providing quality care for patients and communities. The conference will feature top rural practitioners sharing actionable…
Apr 6, 2023
In this episode, three AHA rural health care policy experts discuss the 2023 rural advocacy agenda for Congress and the Administration.
Feb 26, 2023
With the distinct challenges facing rural hospitals and health systems, access to critical services — like maternal health care and emergency medical services — is at risk.
Feb 21, 2023
The latest from the 2023 Rural Health Care Leadership Conference.
Feb 1, 2023
Bolivar (Tenn.) General Hospital and its CEO, Ruby Kirby, will receive the AHA’s 2022 Rural Hospital Leadership Team Award at the Rural Health Care Leadership Conference Feb. 19-22 in San Antonio. The award recognizes small or rural hospital leaders who guide their hospital and community…
Feb 1, 2023
The American Hospital Association (AHA) announced Bolivar General Hospital and CEO Ruby Kirby, R.N., in Bolivar, Tenn., as the 2022 recipient of the Rural Hospital Leadership Team Award.
Jan 20, 2023
“Hospitals and health systems come in all shapes and sizes, but at the end of the day, you’re providing care to people.