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Christina Campos, CEO of Guadalupe County Hospital in Santa Rosa, N.M., and Steven Summer, former president of the Colorado and West Virginia Hospital Associations, will receive 2024 AHA Board of Trustees Awards April 15 at the AHA Annual Membership Meeting in Washington, D.C., for their contributions to AHA and the field.
AHA has released digital tools to help hospitals and health systems celebrate National Hospital Week May 12-18, including a video, ad, toolkit, graphics and GIPHY library.
“Even before the recent Change Healthcare cyberattack that has left some hospitals fronting millions of dollars in extra costs, a perfect storm of complex factors was already threatening the future of high-quality patient care — and misguided proposals from policymakers risk making things even worse,” writes Nancy Howell Agee, CEO of Carilion Clinic and chair of the Coalition to Strengthen America’s Healthcare, whose founding members include the AHA.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention April 11 updated its strategy to improve data exchange with health care organizations and other public health authorities to better detect and monitor public health threats.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today issued a proposed rule that would increase Medicare inpatient prospective payment system rates by a net 2.6% in fiscal year 2025.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today proposed increasing long-term care hospital standard rate payments by 1.2% in fiscal year 2025 relative to FY 2024.
Two caregivers discuss how Colorado’s San Luis Valley Hospital creatively maximizes its resources to continue to deliver obstetric services to the families and communities it serves.
On April 15 at the AHA Annual Membership Meeting in Washington, D.C., AHA will present its 2024 Award of Honor to Ken Kaufman — founder, managing director and chair of Kaufman Hall.
The Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) April 5 released an advisory on the top 10 ransomware groups targeting the health care sector.
In a statement submitted April 10 to the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Health for a hearing on legislative proposals to support patient access to telehealth services, AHA voiced support for certain proposals that would extend critical telehealth flexibilities set to expire this year, expand telehealth access to patients with limited English proficiency and help inform telehealth changes for the future.