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What the Military Can Teach Us About Resiliency

The pandemic that has consumed the country — the world — for more than a year has come with a hefty psychological toll for many, especially hospital staff and front-line health care workers. They’ve been working non-stop to care for both COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients. Staff burnout is real, and it’s been the topic of […]

New Workplace Safety Tool for Mental Health Services Providers

Since early 2020, the Hospital Council has convened a Sacramento Region Behavioral Health Task Force, which consists of leaders of general acute care hospitals, stand-alone psychiatric hospitals, county behavioral health departments, and non-hospital outpatient behavioral health programs.

Walmart Honors Health Care Heroes with Free Meals

Hospital Council and its foundation were honored to support a One Team opportunity for health care workers. Walmart, through CHA and Hospital Council, provided $200,000 toward appreciation meals for hospitals with ICUs in the Central Valley, one of the state’s most impacted areas.

CHA Launches Redesigned Website

For those who haven’t seen it yet, CHA has modernized and redesigned its website for desktop and mobile. Designed to help members find the information they need quicker and easier, the new site reorganizes the materials CHA provides, sorting them by the topics that matter most to members. Content can be filtered not just by […]

One Team Working for You

Hospitals have been on the front lines of this pandemic since the beginning, through the multiple surges and now, leading the vaccine distribution while continuing to provide care for ALL patients. As you have navigated some very challenging circumstances, it’s been an honor and privilege for CHA and the three Regional Associations (One Team) to […]

New Workplace Safety Tool for Mental Health Services Providers

Since early 2020, the Hospital Council has convened a Sacramento Region Behavioral Health Task Force, which consists of leaders of general acute care hospitals, stand-alone psychiatric hospitals, county behavioral health departments, and non-hospital outpatient behavioral health programs.

RVP Roundup

As part of a North Bay Business Journal series looking at the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic since March 2020 and how North Bay businesses are recovering, RVP Meghan Hardin had the opportunity to submit a column on what hospitals have learned from the pandemic.

RVP Roundup

The first Northern Sierra section meeting of the year was held in March and included the state’s expert on community paramedicine programs, which will go into place next year. He offered some examples, and the one of greatest interest had to do with getting behavioral health patients to treatment sites rather than being warehoused in emergency departments. While the […]

CHA Launches Redesigned Website

For those who haven’t seen it yet, CHA has modernized and redesigned its website for desktop and mobile. Designed to help members find the information they need quicker and easier, the new site reorganizes the materials CHA provides, sorting them by the topics that matter most to members. Content can be filtered not just by issue area, […]