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is a subsidiary of the American Hospital Association dedicated to serving member hospitals by helping them identify the optimal solutions to their most pressing market challenges.
Even the immediate past-president of the American Hospital Association, and CEO of one of America's bestknown health systems, admitted that he stepped down last year by "mutual agreement" with the system's Board.
The American Hospital Association (AHA) is a not-for-profit association of healthcare provider organizations and individuals that are committed to the health improvement of their communities.
13, Alicia Mitchell of American Hospital Association, +1-202-626-2339, Joan Meehan- Hurwitz of American Nurses Association, +1-202-651-7020, Stacy Malkan of Health Care Without Harm, +1-202-234-0091, ext.
In 1984 there were about 5,759 community hospitals nationwide; that number dropped to 5,261 in 1993, according to the American Hospital Association.
He was selected in 1994 by the Naval Surgeon General and the American Hospital Association to be the American Hospital Association's Senior Fellow from 1995 to 1996.
Gloria Bazzoli, PhD, Vice President for Research at the Hospital Research and Educational Trust, an affiliate of the American Hospital Association, writes, "Proposed Medicaid and Medicare payment cuts are likely to eliminate the delicate financial balance that many urban hospitals have achieved in providing trauma care.
John Wennberg of Dartmouth Medical School and published by the American Hospital Association.
Belsey, as executive vice-president, professional affairs, and chief operating officer, American Hospital Association, has been responsible for the American Hospital Association's activities relating to hospital operations and served as the American Hospital Association's executive representative to the American Medical Association, the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.
Barker has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the American Hospital Association and has also been honored by, among others, the Medical Association of Atlanta and the Georgia Hospital Association.
WASHINGTON -- AHA Solutions, a subsidiary of the American Hospital Association (AHA), announced today that it is developing a platform of AHA-endorsed products and services for Human Resources (HR) departments within hospitals.
5 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Hospital Association (AHA) sees "more common ground than battleground" in the Clinton health care reform proposal, the association's president told a congressional committee today.

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