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PowerPlay is AHA’s on-demand series that connects you to major players in policy, politics and science in a new Administration and new Congress. You have less time and more to do, and these exclusive virtual events were created to deliver timely insights that only AHA can bring, on your schedule.
AHA Today is a newsletter that brings you a roundup of news and resources from the AHA.
The AHA Guide 2024 Edition offers a comprehensive hospital directory with quick and easy search capabilities and details on utilization, leadership, accreditations and certifications, facilities and services.
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…
The end of the year provides a good opportunity for us all to reflect on the many accomplishments and challenges we’ve experienced together as a field. AHA member hospitals and health systems continue to demonstrate remarkable resilience and dedication to caring, all while facing the headwinds of…
Nicole Stallings will be the next president and CEO of the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, it was announced.
Hosted by the AHA's Living Learning Network, the Quality Collective empowers health care quality leaders to identify and prioritize challenges, co-design innovative strategies and shape the future of quality in health care.
The prevalence of COVID-19 may be lessening, but its consequences are accelerating. From workforce shortages to increased costs of caring, inadequate reimbursements, and sicker patients, the pressures on hospitals and health systems are greater than ever.
Despite unprecedented challenges this year, hospitals and health systems can be proud of the job they do each and every day to care for our families, our friends and our neighbors.
The AHA’s American Organization for Nursing Leadership affiliate has elected four new members to its board of directors effective Jan. 1.