Perspective

Rick Pollack, president and CEO of the American Hospital Association, standing in front of the AHA seal and a United States flag.

The theme for this year’s National Minority Health Month, “Partnering for Health Equity,” couldn’t be timelier.
This year presents an important opportunity to educate your legislators on the changes taking place in the health care field. They need to hear from you on how your organization is innovating to create greater value and improve affordability, including forming new models and partnerships to deliver…
Each April, the AHA joins Donate Life America, the Health Resources and Services Administration and others in highlighting the important role of organ, eye and tissue donation in providing hope and health. 
The AHA Physician Alliance supports clinical and administrative leadership collaborating effectively for better health of communities.
The AHA’s 49th Annual Membership Meeting, May 6-9, comes at a critical time for the hospital and health care field. And its theme – Redefining the “H” – could not be more appropriate.
Patient Safety Awareness Week is an opportunity for hospitals and health systems to reflect on their patient safety journey and share their progress. 
Health care is changing…and hospitals and health systems are transforming to meet the evolving needs of our patients and communities.
The AHA has shared recommendations to stem the tide of the deadly opioid epidemic.
Our thoughts are with the families of the victims of this senseless tragedy. They are also with the dedicated people of Broward County’s hospitals.
Every day, Olympic-sized talent, dedication and drive are on display at hospitals and health systems across America.