It's Not Over

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This was a dramatic week for the Senate’s efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. 

Revised bills were introduced, each with an updated CBO score. There were last-minute meetings to wrangle votes, and surprise announcements from senators bucking their party’s leaders. There might even be... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: Coverage, advocacy, access, leadership, members

President nominates HHS assistant secretary for preparedness

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President Trump this week nominated as assistant secretary for preparedness and response at the Department of Health and Human Services Robert Kadlec, who currently serves as deputy staff director for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Kadlec previously served President George W. Bush as a... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: leadership, preparedness

More grassroots advocacy from the folks back home

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We’ve been sharing with you how many hospitals and health systems are speaking up about congressional Republican proposals to repeal and replace major parts of the Affordable Care Act – proposals that would undermine care and coverage for millions of vulnerable Americans. Here are two more examples of... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: Coverage, advocacy, access, leadership, members

CA, NJ, Ohio associations recognized for quality leadership

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California’s Hospital Quality Institute, a partnership between the California Hospital Association and the state’s three regional hospital associations, will receive the 2017 Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award for Allied Association Leadership for its work to improve health care quality, AHA announced... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: quality, leadership

Clock is ticking on BCRA, Coverage for Millions at Risk

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Next week, the Senate will reconvene in Washington to continue debate on the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), legislation that would repeal and replace significant parts of the Affordable Care Act. In just 142 pages, they’re seeking to rewrite how millions of Americans get – or don’t get – health... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: Coverage, advocacy, access, leadership, members

California Hospital Association names next chief executive

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The California Hospital Association today named as its next president and CEO Carmela Coyle, currently president and CEO of the Maryland Hospital Association. She is expected to replace retiring president and CEO Duane Duaner by Oct. 30. Coyle has led MHA since 2008 and previously spent 20 years at the... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tag: leadership

President nominates Indiana physician as surgeon general

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President Trump yesterday nominated as U.S. surgeon general Jerome Adams, M.D., an anesthesiologist who has served as health commissioner for the state of Indiana. “Dr. Jerome Adams has served with distinction and has been a tireless champion of patients and public health during his tenure as Commissioner... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: physicians, population health, leadership

AHA's Bhatt named health care 'rising star'

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Becker’s Healthcare recently named AHA Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer Jay Bhatt, D.O., one of 60 health care leaders under age 40 who are “rising stars” in the field. Bhatt, who also serves as president of the AHA’s Health Research & Educational Trust affiliate, “has a long career of... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: diversity, equity, leadership

Come to the AHA Leadership Summit

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The strategies that are empowering health care leaders to drive the transformation of America’s health care will take center stage July 27-29 at the 25th annual AHA Leadership Summit in San Diego.

This year’s meeting will explore opportunities for advancing care coordination and quality and patient... read more

Topics: Quality and Patient Safety, Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: quality improvement, physician issues, value-based purchasing, population health, Community health, awards, leadership, members, care coordination

Call to Action

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From the onset of this debate, America’s hospitals and health systems have been guided by a set of key principles that would protect coverage for Americans. Unfortunately, the draft bill under discussion in the Senate to repeal and replace parts of the Affordable Care Act moves in the opposite direction,... read more

Topics: Access and Coverage, Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: Coverage, advocacy, Medicaid, access, leadership, members

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