Nurses

May 9, 2022
It’s National Hospital Week — an annual event of seven days to recognize the 5,000 hospitals, health systems and networks, as well as the more than 6 million people, who provide care to individuals and communities.
May 5, 2022
On behalf of nearly 5,000 member hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations, clinical partners, and the 43,000 health care leaders who belong to our professional membership groups, the American Hospital Association (AHA) writes Senate leaders regarding funding for health care…
May 5, 2022
On behalf of nearly 5,000 member hospitals, health systems and other health care organizations, clinical partners, and the 43,000 health care leaders who belong to our professional membership groups, the American Hospital Association (AHA) writes House leaders regarding funding for health care…
May 2, 2022
The ad spotlights the pandemic’s toll on the nation’s health care workforce, noting that nearly 45% of nurses encountered physical violence and over two-thirds were victims of verbal abuse in early 2020. 
May 2, 2022
A survey published in Workplace Health and Safety revealed that nearly 45% of nurses encountered physical violence and more than two-thirds were victims of verbal abuse in early 2020. The AHA is urging the attorney general to support legislation that would create federal protections from…
Apr 26, 2022
Through a know-how agreement between the parties, KLOC Health is creating an on-demand tool for Mayo Clinic to help match nurses for immediate, short- and long-term assignments based on such data as availability, location, certifications, skill sets and interests.
Apr 25, 2022
In this podcast that highlights a new report from the AHA detailing these factors, Philip Pandolph, president and CEO, Meadville (PA) Medical Center and Chair of the AHA Rural Health Services Committee, explains how rising costs for supplies and equipment, drugs, and labor, along with inflation and…
Apr 24, 2022
Hospitals appreciate the support and resources that Congress have provided throughout the COVID-19 pandemic; however, additional support is needed to keep hospitals strong so they can continue to provide care to patients and communities.