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American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM)

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Workforce Supply

From High School to RN: An Innovative Approach to Creating a Diverse Workforce

Colorado Healthcare Ethics Resource: Supportive Resources for Colorado's Healthcare Workers

Workforce and Staffing Support Options During COVID-19 Surge

Nurse and Hospital Staffing: A Comprehensive Approach to Implementation and Achieving Safe, Reliable and Effective Care

Four Measures that are Key to Retaining Nurses

Resources

Leadership Beyond the Pandemic

COVID-19 Pandemic: Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice Supporting Preparedness in the Spheres of Impact

Guidelines for Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers, U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration

HRSA Bureau of Health Workforce

HRSA Center for HC Workforce Analysis

American Nurses Association

American Association of Critical Care Nurses

Healthforce Center at UCFS

Rural Assistance Center

HRSA's Area Health Resources Files

Future of the Nursing Workforce: National and State-Level Projections

Health Workforce Technical Assistance Center

Department of Labor ApprenticeshipUSA FAQs, Success Stories, Employer Toolkit


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AHA along with 52 organizations express strong support for S. 3211, the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act.
AHA along with 52 organizations express strong support for H.R. 6205, the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act.
AHA responds to the DOL Office of Foreign Labor Certification Employment and Training Administration's request for information related to Schedule A occupations that satisfy the permanent labor certification requirement.
The American Hospital Association has been working to educate policymakers and the public about the significant challenges facing our field. The AHA in 2024 will work with Congress, the Administration, the regulatory agencies, the courts and others to positively influence the public policy environment for patients, communities and the health care field for years to come.
Interest of Amicus Curiae The American Hospital Association (AHA) is a national not-for-profit association that represents
The AHA Nov. 15 released its 2024 Health Care Workforce Scan — an annual snapshot of America’s hospital and health system employment, based on reports, studies and other data sources from leading organizations and researchers. The scan also offers valuable insights and practical recommendations to guide member organizations forward. The AHA Nov. 15 released its 2024 Health Care Workforce Scan — an annual snapshot of America’s hospital and health system employment, based on reports, studies and other data sources from leading organizations and researchers. The scan also offers valuable insights and practical recommendations to guide member organizations forward. The complex workforce challenges hospitals and health care systems face are an amalgam of new concerns and old issues. Successfully navigating them requires an ongoing commitment to develop innovative, multifaceted solutions. Under the direction of the AHA Board Task Force on Workforce, the Association continues to provide the field with tools, data, successful practices and strategies to strengthen the health care workforce now, in the near future and over the long term.
Futurescan 2024 is the latest in a series of publications for health care leaders that the American Hospital Association’s Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development (SHSMD) in collaboration with the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) has published annually since 1999. This highly respected annual guide will help hospital and health system leaders prepare themselves and their organizations for the future as an essential tool for strategic planning.
AHA letter to Senators Durbin and Cramer expressing support for the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act (S. 3211).
AHA letter to Representatives Schneider and Bacon expressing support of the Healthcare Workforce Resilience Act (H.R. 6205).
AHA comments on provisions included in the Bipartisan Primary Care and Health Workforce Expansion Act.