The Occupational Safety and Health Administration should not proceed with a potential rule for occupational exposure to infectious diseases in health care and other related work settings unless it
A new toolkit developed by AHA’s Health Research & Educational Trust affiliate for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality provides practical, science-based resources to help dialysis ce
AHA News has launched, a new and improved website with the most important news
Maribeth McLaughlin R.N., chief nursing officer and vice president of patient care services at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC in Pittsburgh, will lead the AHA's Constituency Section for Maternal and
States last March reported enrolling more than 3.2 million newly eligible adults in Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act’s new adult eligibility group, according to
AHA members and others can access a webcast on the association's 2015 Environmental Scan, which identifies emerging trends to help hospital and health care leaders plan strategically.
The AHA has extended to Jan. 30 the deadline for all hospitals to submit data to the quarterly RACTrac survey.
Wright Lassiter III, president of Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, will lead the AHA's Section for Metropolitan Hospitals as 2015 chair of its governing council.
AHA supports permanently replacing the Medicare sustainable growth rate for physician payment, but cannot support any proposal to fix the physician payment problem at the expense of funding for ser
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services today added star ratings to the Dialysis Facility Compare
States are making it easier to enroll in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program, but many must still establish automated renewal processes and smooth data transfers between Medi
Minnesota hospitals and health systems contributed nearly $4.2 billion in programs and services to benefit the health of their communities in 2013, a 5.4% increase from 2012, according to a new
Congress should replace the flawed Medicare Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) for physician payment with a system that adequately reimburses physicians over the long haul, AHA President and CEO Rich Um
Palmetto Health in Columbia, S.C., will receive the 2014 Foster G.
The 2015 AHA Environmental Scan provides insight and information about market forces that have a high probability of affecting the health care field.
The hospital field is broad and diverse, and each organization may bring its own solutions to the challenges presented in its community, says AHA Chairman Jonathan Perlin, M.D.
The AHA today filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Supreme Court, asking the court to revive the “weakened competitor” doctrine that encourages lower courts to look beyond market sh