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As CHA and Hospital Council continue to work on hospitals’ behalf to help educate about ambulance patient offload times (APOT), we have developed materials that members can use when talking with the public, media, lawmakers, or other key stakeholders about this issue.
As Hospital Council and CHA continue to work with PG&E to address the challenges our members and communities face with planned and unplanned power outages, a complimentary, members-only webinar is planned for March 29 from 10 to 11 a.m. (PT).
Attracting and retaining talented employees is a challenge at any time, and the disruption of the pandemic underscores the importance of staying up to date on compensation and human resources trends. To assist hospitals in making informed and strategic hiring decisions, Hospital Council members are asked to enroll in Salarity’s 2022 Allied for Health (AFH) […]
HQI is celebrating Patient Safety Awareness Week, March 14-18, by hosting a free webinar each day. Daily webinars include:
Hospital Council is hosting a webinar on March 22 from 1 to 2 p.m. (PT) to discuss XFERALL, a new tool designed to help hospitals reduce the strain on overcrowded emergency departments (EDs) and get behavioral health patients to appropriate behavioral health treatment facilities along the entire continuum of care more quickly.
Who Hospital Council Fresno, Madera, Tulare, and Kings counties public health departments Hospitals What On Feb. 2, Hospital Council convened members and public health departments from the four-county area to review the findings of the 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). The CHNA was the largest collaboration to date to look at the needs of […]
Vaccinate All 58, a program of the California Department of Public Health designed to promote and inform Californians about COVID-19 vaccines, has developed new communications materials on COVID-19 boosters.