Connecticut Hospitals are strong supporters of the healthcare reform. Healthcare reform is improving access, quality, and the affordability of care, and is doing tremendously positive things for our patients and communities.
Healthcare reform accelerates the transformation already under way in hospitals that involves quality improvements, cost reductions, and improved efficiency in an atmosphere of increasing financial pressures. Connecticut hospitals will continue to play a leadership role in transforming healthcare with a dedication to serving their communities by providing safe, accessible, equitable, affordable, patient-centered care for all.
Read more about healthcare reform and its impact on Connecticut residents and hospitals.
Partnership for Patients--Surviving Sepsis
September 19, 2014
Staff to Management: Starting the Transition
September 29, 2014
Conflict Management: Engaging the Difficult Employee
September 30, 2014
Dying In America Is Harder Than It Has To Be, IOM Says
Kaiser Health News - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Yale: Conventional surgery better for some lung cancer patients
CTNews.com - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Exchange says Obamacare helped close racial, ethnic coverage gaps
Connecticut Mirror - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Survey Shows Obamacare Enrollees Are Satisfied With Enrollment Process
CT News Junkie - Wednesday, September 17, 2014
CHA Candidate Forum
|On Tuesday, September 23, 2014, the Collaborations of Care Partners will host a conversation with Tom Foley, Republican candidate for Governor, at CHA. The program will be an opportunity for people to have a meaningful dialogue about the future of healthcare delivery in our state across the continuum of care.|
Leveling the Playing Field: Education and Healthcare
|On September 17, Marie Spivey, EdD, RN, Vice President, Health Equity, Connecticut Hospital Association, participated in a panel at the University of Hartford, Leveling the Playing Field: Education and Healthcare. Panelists discussed the need to address inequalities in access to healthcare and education more effectively.|