Hospital Topics

Part of the value of CHA membership lies in the deep expertise available to member hospitals and their employees. CHA has created and gathered up-to-date information on the topics most relevant to hospitals, patients and communities. When logged in, members can access a vast array of information about clinical care, financial matters, government reimbursement, information technology, human resources, legal representation, facility maintenance, patient safety and more. 

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New Health Reform Weekly Updates
This useful tool will help hospitals manage all the implementation information

To help member hospitals stay up to date on the latest federal health care reform implementation activities, CHA is now providing weekly updates on health care reform implementation.


Health Care Reform Issue-Specific Analyses

Issue papers in this section analyze the impact of the federal health care reform law on hospitals. 


CHA 2009 Award Winners
Given annually to distinguished individuals who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to health care

J. Kendall Anderson, president/CEO of John Muir Health in Walnut Creek, and Albert Greene, former president/CEO of Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys, have been awarded CHA’s highest honor, the Award of Merit. The award is presented for outstanding contributions to the California health care community over an extended period.

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Personalized website updates on the issues that matter to you.


Emergency Preparedness

California hospitals are a critical element within the disaster medical response system and work collaboratively with local government, other health care providers and other agencies to plan, prepare for and respond to the needs of victims of natural or man-made disasters, bioterrorism, and other public health emergencies.


Center for Behavioral Health

Represents CHA members that provide behavioral health services, and advises CHA regarding member needs, policies, public advocacy and legislation.

For more information, contact Sheree Kruckenberg, vice president, behavioral health, at (916) 552-7576.


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