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MHA’s “After the Hospital: A Guide to Post-Acute Care” has been translated into five languages.

Latest News for Patients and Families

Patients & Families

NAM launches AHA-supported resource compendium for health care worker well-being

The National Academy of Medicine today launched Resource Compendium for Health Care Worker Well-Being, which highlights...

Massachusetts e-MOLST Web Portal

New VIDEO. Introduction to MA e-MOLST Web Portal for Honoring Choices Partners. Share with your clinicians and car...

MA Hospitals are Ready, Safe & Here for You

Our hospitals are safe places to seek care for any medical emergency.  Your health can’t wait. We’re here for ...

Latest News for Improving Patient Care

Improving Patient Care

Mass. Hospitals Commit: Eliminating Surgical Smoke by 2024

The MHA Board of Trustees is calling on all Massachusetts hospitals to eliminate surgical smoke from their facilities b...

Alzheimer’s & Related Dementias: An Operations Plan Roadmap (+ webinar!)

In September 2022, MHA and the Alzheimer’s Association introduced a roadmap to assist Massachusetts healthcare provid...

Caring for the Caregiver: Workforce Engagement

Recorded webinar available here… ...

Latest Success Stories

Success Stories

AHA Releases “Building the Team” Workforce Strategies Guide

The AHA in September 2022 released the third and final section of its workforce strategies guide designed to ...

The Nursing Workforce

Due to a dynamic combination of factors within the nursing workforce including an uptick in retirements, resignations, ...

Strengthening the Healthcare Workforce

The American Hospital Association’s Task Force on Workforce has released a new resource to help hospitals navigate wo...

After the Hospital:

A Guide to Post-Acute Care

The Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association (MHA) prepared this guide to support you and your family to make the best decisions about your post-acute care options. The information in this guide will help you to make these healthcare choices confidently. »Read more

The Healthcare Provider Promise

PatientCareLink participants promise and are committed to following the Five Guiding Principles:
  1. Advancing Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety
  2. Providing Hospital Staffing that Meets Patient Needs
  3. Making Healthcare Data and Performance Measures Transparent and Publicly Available
  4. Empowering Patients and Families in their Healthcare Choices
  5. Promoting Development/Advancement of the Healthcare Workforce in a Safe, Respectful and Supportive Work Environment
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