Once Again, Care for Millions at Risk

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Once again, health coverage for tens of millions of Americans is at risk. The Senate is considering yet another proposal, by Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA), to repeal significant parts of the Affordable Care Act, with a vote planned for next week.

The Graham-Cassidy proposal would... read more

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

Massachusetts association names next president and CEO

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The Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association this week named Steven Walsh as its next president and CEO effective Nov. 1. He succeeds Lynn Nicholas, who earlier this year announced she will retire after more than a decade at the helm. Walsh currently serves as the executive director of the... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tag: leadership

Dedicated team deals with disaster

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By Allen Weiss, M.D.

Hurricane Irma brought out our best as the NCH team exceeded expectations. Before, during, and after the storm we shared the following communications with our colleagues that show the “inside story” of how we think and execute. We also had Naples Daily News (NDN) Reporter Liz Freeman... read more

Topic: Community Health
Tags: Emergency Preparedness, disaster readiness, leadership

Society honors members for professional excellence

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At its annual conference next month in Orlando, FL, the AHA's Society for Healthcare Strategy & Market Development will present its 2017 Leadership Excellence Award to Jeffrey Kraut, executive vice president of strategy and analytics for Northwell Health in New Hyde Park, NY. The award, the society’s... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: awards, leadership

AHRMM membership elects 2018 board

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The AHA's Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management has elected as its chair-elect for 2018 Robert Taylor, senior vice president of supply chain at RWJBarnabas Health in Oceanport, NJ. As chair-elect, Taylor will become chair of the AHRMM board in 2019. The AHA personal membership group... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tag: leadership

Senate confirms surgeon general, HHS assistant secretaries

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The Senate yesterday approved President Trump’s nominees to serve as surgeon general and three assistant secretaries at the Department of Health and Human Services. Jerome Adams, M.D., will serve as surgeon general; Elinore McCance-Katz, M.D., as the first HHS assistant secretary for mental health and... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: population health, leadership, Mental health, Behavioral health

AHA announces new trustees for 2018

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The AHA has elected eight members to its Board of Trustees for three-year terms beginning Jan. 1. The incoming board members are: Christina Campos, administrator of Guadalupe County Hospital, Santa Rosa, NM; Robert Casalou, regional president and CEO of Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, Canton, MI;... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: advocacy, governance, leadership, members

AHA announces new trustees for 2017

AHA News Now

The AHA has elected eight members to its Board of Trustees for three-year terms beginning Jan. 1. The incoming board members are: Christina Campos, administrator of Guadalupe County Hospital, Santa Rosa, NM; Robert Casalou, regional president and CEO of Saint Joseph Mercy Health System, Canton, MI;... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tag: leadership

Surgeon general, assistant secretary nominees advance in Senate

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The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee today approved President’s Trump’s nominees to serve as surgeon general and four assistant secretaries at the Department of Health and Human Services. The nominees are Jerome Adams, M.D., to serve as surgeon general; Brett Giroir, M.D., to serve... read more

Topic: Advocacy and Public Policy
Tags: population health, leadership, preparedness, Mental health, Behavioral health

Community conversations

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America’s hospitals take a lot of pride in staying close to their communities. We like to believe we have our fingers on the pulse of the people we serve. Much of what we do to stay in touch is centered on “telling our story,” letting people know what we are doing and why.

Given the challenges facing... read more

Topics: Advocacy and Public Policy, Community Health
Tags: Community health, Community Connections, leadership

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