During a June 8 webinar hosted by Hospital Council, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about PG&E’s Healthcare Energy Fitness Initiative.
XFERALL, a real-time, national behavioral health network that proactively matches patient needs to facility capabilities, launched earlier this year in California and the results have been remarkable.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) is making changes related to COVID-19 reporting.
Communities Lifting Communities (CLC), in partnership with the Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC), is working to advance health equity and economic opportunity through the regional collaboration of hospitals, health systems, and partner organizations to collectively address the underlying racial, social, economic, and systemic conditions that fuel health inequities.
Managed Care Advisory Group (MCAG) — a Hospital Council endorsed business partner — recovered over $40 million for its health care clients last year, and 2023 promises to be a big year for settlement opportunities.
If your hospital missed out on previous opportunities, don’t worry — there are a number of upcoming settlement deadlines:
The Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) has made changes to its Hospital Supplier Diversity Report, which hospitals are required to submit annually on their minority, women, LGBT, and disabled veteran business enterprise procurement efforts.
The Washington Post recently published the article “An autistic teen needed mental health help. He spent weeks in an ER instead.” It is beyond distressing to hear repeated stories about the suffering of patients and families like Zach’s, spending days and in this case months in the emergency department waiting for a transition to behavioral health treatment.