Hospitals and health systems benefit from membership in both CHA and the Regional Associations. The Associations shape policies through a unified voice on health care issues important to California hospitals and patients. In addition, the Associations — with the Hospital Quality Institute — provide educational programs and operational support to members to improve quality and patient safety.
The CHA brochure and annual member value report provide an excellent overview of the services members receive. Below is a more detailed summary of the benefits available to our hospital and health system members.
Non-hospital organizations that hold associate membership in CHA should visit the Associate Membership Program web page for member benefit information.
If you have questions about CHA member benefits and resources, please contact us.
To access members-only content on this page and other areas of the CHA website, please create a member account by going to www.calhospital.org/user/register. Use your work e-mail address so that the system will recognize you are with a member hospital.
Representation & Advocacy
Calls to Action
CHA’s Advocacy Alerts are grassroots calls to action that notify members of the need to contact legislators about a bill or state/federal agencies about specific regulations.
Key State Issues
Produced weekly during each state legislative session, Key State Issues details the high-priority health care-related bills CHA tracks on behalf of hospitals and health systems.
CHA Regulatory Tracker
This handy tracker allows members to view current and pending regulations, with open comment periods and CHA’s related activity.
Report on Legislation
Produced at the end of each legislative session, the report is an excellent reference for newly enacted state legislation impacting health care.
California by the Numbers
Use our interactive maps to select your county or state/federal legislative districts and view related hospital data.
CHA publishes annual reports that provide a road map for the association’s advocacy and public policy efforts. To view them, visit CHA’s Advocacy & Public Policy Reports web page.
Updated annually and driven by CHA’s vision of an optimally healthy society, this document encapsulates the association’s current state and federal advocacy priorities.
CHA Centers & Committees
Through specialty centers, committees, work groups and taskforces, members provide guidance to CHA on health care policies and issues. The groups link CHA and individual hospitals and help us serve the unique requirements of hospitals and health systems. More information about each center and committee, along with details about how to get involved, is available through the links below.
California Alliance of Hospital Physician Organizations
CHA Member Resource Guide
CHA staff serve as “on-call” experts on a variety of issues, as well as a link to state agencies and their staffs, assisting with problem-solving and direct communications. To identify and contact CHA staff with expertise on a particular issue, see the attached guide.
News & Information
CHA News – CHA’s daily e-newsletter briefs members on key policy issues, legislation, regulations and legal developments.
The CHA Website – Members-only website content offers extended analysis and delves deeper into the issues that matter most to you.
News Headlines – A daily release of health care-related articles from around the state and nation.
Education & Publications
CHA’s webinars, conferences and seminars help members understand changing regulations on topics such as compliance, patient privacy, reimbursement and more.
Reimbursement Data and Modeling
CHA DataSuite provides sophisticated modeling of revenue data, helping hospitals analyze federal and state policy changes for budgeting, forecasting and decision-making.