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Register for Spring Policy Assembly!
Join us March 17 and 18, in Washington, DC, at our spring Policy Assembly, and be at the center of health care policymaking as the new, Republican-controlled Congress carries out an agenda with profound implications for essential hospitals.

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Hennepin County Medical Center found that better communication, workflow, and targeted quality improvement projects improved physician burnout, dissatisfaction, and retention.

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Cleveland's MetroHealth System and Henry Ford Health System in Detroit share their experiences dealing with the 2013-2014 Polar Vortex.

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Association's new online magazine adds human-focused, emotional storytelling to its public policy, education, performance improvement, and research offerings.

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Due to inclement weather, the hearing should be rescheduled in the coming weeks.

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Congress must pass a homeland security spending bill this week, and health insurance marketplaces are under scrutiny as oral arguments in the King v. Burwell Supreme Court case begin.

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Contact your lawmakers on the House Energy and Commerce and Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions committees to underscore the critical need for the 340B program.

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The Network will support the transition toward alternative payment models, using efforts in the Medicare Program as a guide.

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Specifically, HHS will evaluate financial assistance programs, Medicaid expansion, pioneer ACOs, and marketplace payment systems.

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Commentary argues to keep program savings with essential hospitals to benefit low-income patients and entire communities

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Growing body of evidence shows need to adjust performance measures for sociodemographic factors and socioeconomic status

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A new tool from the University of Chicago aims to help physicians assess and help patients facing financial burdens after a cancer diagnosis.

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America's Essential Hospitals reviews Republican plan, which would join two Democratic bills now under consideration

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Feb. 20 final rule and letter to issuers outline benefit and payment parameters for 2016 health insurance marketplace plans

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Slow week for health care work as Department of Homeland Security funding demands lawmakers' attention

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Two videos provide overview and benefits, and expand previous ICD-10 resources from the agency

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Payment methodology, to start Jan. 1, is largely unchanged from 2015

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Grants will support Ebola preparedness activities at hospitals, fund regional networks for Ebola patient care, and create pathogen treatment centers nationally

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New online tools include maps of cases nationally and specific to outbreak linked to Disneyland resort

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Including trauma and drug-related bills, CHIP funding extensions, and homeland security

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We as hospitals need to be truly welcoming places where families and loved ones are included as essential to patient care. Here's how we did it at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center in California.

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Training videos help ED personnel identify, triage, and briefly manage the care of patients who may have Ebola or any highly infectious disease.

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There is particular interest in mechanisms for greater comprehensiveness in care delivery, care for complex patients, care coordination, and value-driven reimbursement.

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Plus, more than 3.3 million people who submitted marketplace applications are eligible for Medicaid or CHIP.

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The Oncology Care Model is a multipayer payment and care delivery model designed to encourage high quality cancer care.

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Just added: New CDC training modules on Ebola identification and response for emergency department personnel

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Plus, senators are concerned with the CMS rating system for Medicare Advantage plans.

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The funding aims to improve health care delivery through health information interoperability, training, and shared learning resources.

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At Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, older staff are teaching younger docs with no measles experience how to recognize symptoms.

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About America’s Essential Hospitals

America’s Essential Hospitals, formerly the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems, is the only national association and champion for hospitals and health systems dedicated to high-quality care for all, including the most vulnerable. We support members with advocacy, policy development, research, and education for hospital leadership.

America’s Essential Hospitals was formerly known as the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems (NAPH). Carrying our mission since 1981 into today's health care era

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