American Hospital Association

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American Hospital Association (AHA)

a national organization that represents and serves individuals, institutions, and organizations that work to improve health services for all people. The AHA publishes several journals and newsletters.

A·mer·i·can Hos·pi·tal As·so·ci·a·tion

A nonprofit organization founded in 1898 to advance the health of individuals and communities. The AHA leads, represents, and serves hospitals, health systems, and other related organizations that are accountable to the community and committed to health improvement.

American Hospital Association (AHA), a nonprofit national organization of individuals, institutions, and organizations engaged in direct patient care. The association works to promote the improvement of health care services.
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Recent data from the American Hospital Association reported that one in three U.
a wholly-owned subsidiary of the American Hospital Association, functions as a product advocate for hospitals; working with vendors to create platforms of validated and differentiated product and service solutions to address key operational needs.
With a lifelong interest in community health and hospital administration, Barker has served on numerous healthcare finance, advisory and strategic planning committees, including President of the Georgia Hospital Association and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American Hospital Association.
is a subsidiary of the American Hospital Association (AHA) whose purpose is to identify and/or develop products and services that help hospitals and health care organizations operate more effectively and efficiently.
The American Hospital Association, a not-for-profit organization, serves as a national advocate for hospitals and the patients they serve, provides education and information for its members and informs the public about hospital and health care issues.
In the past few months, CNA/NNOC has sponsored large protests in California and Maine, and a sit-in at the national headquarters of the American Hospital Association in Chicago to protest the pending decision which is also expected to affect millions of lead workers in other industries.
The American Hospital Association has published a monograph on practice pattern analysis (PPA) concerning the hospital's role in providing meaningful feedback to its health care practitioners.
Warden, president and CEO of Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, was named chairman-elect designate of the American Hospital Association (AHA) board of trustees today at the association's annual convention in Orlando.
It is the only society for environmental services professionals that is endorsed by and affiliated with the American Hospital Association.
Hutton has served as chairman of the Sun Health Alliance Board of Trustees, a 280-hospital organization; as delegate to the American Hospital Association and as a board member of the Metropolitan Hospital Section of the American Hospital Association.
42 ($32 for American Hospital Association members).
The project was announced today at the Health Forum and American Hospital Association, 2006 Leadership Summit on Performance Improvement.

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