Search News
News by Topic
event (143)
education (122)
cms (84)
meeting (72)
advocacy (52)
webinar (49)
quality (43)
EHR (36)
convention (35)
comments (28)
deadline (28)
Medicaid (26)
Sponsorship (25)
AHA (22)
survey (21)
CAH (18)
Medicare (17)
registration (17)
MCO (16)
report (16)
ACHE (15)
CON (15)
K-HEN (15)
awards (14)
chfs (14)
announcement (13)
data (13)
Annual Meeting (11)
EHR Incentive Program (11)
ICD-10 (11)
ACA (10)
emergency preparedness (10)
newsletter (10)
kipsq (9)
testing (9)
Health Care Leadership Conference (8)
KHA (8)
PPS (8)
proposed rule (8)
qio (8)
340B (7)
Attestation (7)
award (7)
conditions of participation (7)
Joint Commission (7)
kshprm (7)
legislative session (7)
meaningful use (7)
patient safety (7)
rural hospitals (7)
summer series (7)
AHRQ (6)
careLearning (6)
district meeting (6)
ebola (6)
general assembly (6)
hhs (6)
Kentucky Trustee (6)
LTACH (6)
managed care (6)
pso (6)
seminar (6)
certificate of need (5)
electronic health record (5)
health insurance exchange (5)
infection prevention (5)
IRS (5)
KHA Board (5)
opps (5)
readmissions (5)
regulation (5)
reports (5)
Sponsor Spotlight (5)
state health plan (5)
conference (4)
DSH (4)
faq (4)
grants (4)
guidance (4)
hardship exception (4)
health and welfare committee (4)
HMO (4)
incentive program (4)
kentucky general assembly (4)
KEPRO (4)
legislation (4)
MACRA (4)
obituary (4)
post-acute care (4)
presumptive eligibility (4)
RAC (4)
ratings (4)
small rural (4)
study (4)
training (4)
utilization (4)
website (4)
work plan (4)
workforce (4)
aha advisory (3)
asc (3)
Board (3)
breastfeeding (3)
brochure (3)
chip (3)
coding (3)
Comer (3)
critical access (3)
EED (3)
grant (3)
Guthrie (3)
heroin (3)
HFMA (3)
HIT (3)
hospital compare (3)
improvement (3)
insurance (3)
ipps (3)
KHA comments (3)
kynect (3)
licensure fees (3)
long-term care (3)
MAC (3)
MedPAC (3)
MIPS (3)
mom and baby (3)
nursing (3)
organ donation (3)
outpatient (3)
PE (3)
proposed changes (3)
SANE (3)
save the date (3)
security (3)
SHP (3)
state auditor (3)
TB (3)
trauma (3)
trustees (3)
Two-Midnight Rule (3)
VBP (3)
waiver (3)
ACO (2)
AHA Regulatory Advisory (2)
analysis (2)
APM (2)
appeals (2)
application (2)
audits (2)
behavioral health services (2)
Best Places to Work in Kentucky (2)
Board Chair (2)
bundled payments (2)
CAUTI (2)
CDC (2)
cesarean (2)
Circle of Friends (2)
civil rights (2)
CLABSI (2)
community benefits (2)
compliance (2)
conference call (2)
CoP (2)
court ruling (2)
DataGen (2)
Day at the Legislature (2)
DEA (2)
deaf (2)
delay (2)
Directory (2)
dme (2)
DMS (2)
download (2)
drug prevention (2)
emerency preparedness (2)
Environment of Care (2)
EOC (2)
expansion (2)
extension (2)
federal issues (2)
forum (2)
funding (2)
HAC (2)
hard of hearing (2)
hardship applications (2)
HCAHPS (2)
HIPAA (2)
home health (2)
honor (2)
HOPD (2)
hotel (2)
irf (2)
Joint Commission Update (2)
Kentucky Senate (2)
KHA Quality Awards (2)
legal advisory (2)
Legislative Committee (2)
legislative priorities (2)
LEP (2)
listening session (2)
Massie (2)
MDH (2)
Meciare (2)
medicare advantage (2)
mental health (2)
news (2)
opiods (2)
PAC (2)
patient safety organization (2)
payment adjustment (2)
payment program (2)
payment systems (2)
payments (2)
Press Conference (2)
psychiatric (2)
public health (2)
ranking (2)
rankings (2)
recognition (2)
rehab (2)
reimbursement (2)
reimbusement (2)
reporting requirements (2)
results (2)
Rogers (2)
Rural (2)
rural health (2)
safe table meetings (2)
salary (2)
salary survey (2)
SANE-Ready Hospital (2)
Section 1557 (2)
settlement (2)
sexual assault (2)
sexual assault response (2)
SGR (2)
SIM project (2)
site-neutral payments (2)
small and rural (2)
small hospitals (2)
Small Rural and CAH Forum (2)
SNF (2)
soar (2)
social media (2)
Sponsors (2)
statistics (2)
swing bed (2)
taxes (2)
teamSTEPPS (2)
thoroughbred awards (2)
trustee report (2)
two midnight rule (2)
u.s. congress (2)
U.S. News and World Report (2)
volunteers (2)
Yarmuth (2)
#123forEquity (1)
1115 (1)
2 Midnight Rule (1)
501(c)(3) (1)
95x96 (1)
abstract (1)
access to care (1)
Accountable Health Communities (1)
action alert (1)
active shooter (1)
activism (1)
acute care (1)
adverse events (1)
alert (1)
alternative payment method (1)
alternative payment model (1)
Andy Barr (1)
anthem (1)
antibiotics (1)
app (1)
appeal (1)
appointment (1)
auxilians (1)
baby (1)
Baby Friendly Hospital (1)
background check (1)
bank (1)
Baptist Health (1)
Behavioral Health (1)
Best Hospitals (1)
besthospitals (1)
BiBA of 2015 (1)
billing (1)
blind (1)
blog (1)
Board of Governors Exam (1)
Board of Trustees (1)
Bost Health Policy Forum (1)
breast cancer (1)
Broadband Access (1)
bylaws (1)
bypass surgery (1)
C Diff (1)
cancellation (1)
candidates (1)
carbon monoxide (1)
cardiac telemetry (1)
CareChex (1)
Caretenders (1)
CEHRT (1)
ceremony (1)
certification (1)
children's behavioral health (1)
Civil Rights Act (1)
CJR (1)
claims (1)
CLIK (1)
coalition to protect america's health care (1)
commentary (1)
community engagement (1)
Community of Practice (1)
community service (1)
Compdata (1)
compensation (1)
Compensation and Benefits Survey (1)
competition (1)
Compliance Deadline (1)
Comprehensive Joint Replacement (1)
Consumer Checkbook (1)
consumer reports (1)
co-op (1)
cost sharing (1)
costs per day (1)
court decision (1)
CPHQ (1)
critical access hospital (1)
cybercrime (1)
cybersecurity (1)
designation (1)
Direct Messaging (1)
disaster (1)
discount (1)
discrimination (1)
Dobson/DaVanzo (1)
DOL (1)
donation (1)
draft forms (1)
DRG (1)
drug coding (1)
drug overdose (1)
drug shortage (1)
early bird registation (1)
ED (1)
Effective Communication in Hospitals (1)
effective communications (1)
EITC (1)
election (1)
eligible hospital (1)
eligible professional (1)
emergency care (1)
emergency department (1)
emergency room (1)
EMS (1)
EMTALA (1)
energey (1)
engineer (1)
engineering (1)
enrollment (1)
enterovirus (1)
Ephraim McDowell (1)
equality (1)
ER (1)
Excellence Award (1)
Excellence in Rural Healthcare (1)
Facebook (1)
facilities (1)
facility manager (1)
Facts Book (1)
fda (1)
federal legislation (1)
federal policy (1)
Federal Poverty Guidelines (1)
Federal Register (1)
FEMA (1)
fentanyl (1)
FFS (1)
final rule (1)
final rules (1)
finance (1)
financial report (1)
financial services (1)
Flex Grant (1)
Flex program (1)
FLSA (1)
forums (1)
Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky (1)
FPL (1)
fraud alert (1)
GAO (1)
Gatlinburg (1)
Get Smart about Antibiotics (1)
gift shop managers (1)
Governance Award (1)
governing council (1)
Governor Begin (1)
Governor Bevin (1)
grant opportunity (1)
guidelines (1)
Hal Rogers (1)
HANDS (1)
HANYS (1)
HCAHPS Star Ratings (1)
HCLC (1)
HCUP (1)
health (1)
health care (1)
health care disparities (1)
health information exchange (1)
health insurance (1)
health literacy (1)
Health Subcommittee (1)
healthcare coalition conference (1)
hearing (1)
heart collaborative (1)
hemophilia (1)
HEN (1)
hepatitis c (1)
HH&N (1)
HHS OIG (1)
HIE (1)
High Risk Hospitalization (1)
HMPAC (1)
Hospital Claims Settlement (1)
hospital costs (1)
hospital discharges (1)
Hospital Engagement Network (1)
hospital heroes (1)
hospital payment update (1)
hospital scores (1)
hospital week (1)
hotel reservation (1)
HRET (1)
HRH (1)
hrsa (1)
human trafficking (1)
icd-9 (1)
IMD Exclusion (1)
improper payments (1)
incentive (1)
infections disease (1)
information technology (1)
infosuite (1)
inpatient (1)
insurance marketplace stabilization (1)
Interapt (1)
interpretation (1)
interpretive rule (1)
interpretors (1)
IPF (1)
IQR (1)
IT (1)
joint comission (1)
KBN (1)
KCHIP (1)
KCN (1)
Kentucky (1)
Kentucky Center for Nursing (1)
Kentucky Health Cooperative (1)
Kentucky Hospital Statistics (1)
Kentucky Supreme Court (1)
Kentucky Tonight (1)
KET (1)
KHA Awards (1)
KHA Convention (1)
KHA Quality Award (1)
KHA Solutions Group (1)
KHA victory (1)
KHA website (1)
K-HIIN (1)
KHREF (1)
KODA (1)
KORH (1)
KRHA (1)
kshe (1)
KYDPH (1)
LabCorp (1)
laboratory services (1)
laboratory tests (1)
lawsuit (1)
lbmc (1)
leadership (1)
Lean (1)
Lean Health Care (1)
lean management (1)
Leapfrog (1)
legal issues (1)
Legionellosis (1)
legislative contacts (1)
legislative victory (1)
limited English proficiency (1)
limited English proficient (1)
limited services clinics (1)
litigation (1)
LoVol (1)
LTCH (1)
LVH (1)
MACs (1)
margin improvement (1)
marketing (1)
materials management (1)
MCOs (1)
measure trends analysis (1)
media (1)
Medicaid DSH (1)
Medicaid Oversight and Advisory Committee (1)
Medicaid Waiver (1)
medical practice (1)
medical review panels (1)
medical transport (1)
Medicare Quality Based Programs (1)
medication safety (1)
member news (1)
MHNet (1)
Mitch McConnell (1)
mobile (1)
mobile app (1)
Most Wired (1)
MRP (1)
national hospital week (1)
National Provider Call (1)
new administrator (1)
newborn screening (1)
NIST EHR Randomizer Application (1)
nominations (1)
nondiscrimination (1)
NOSORH (1)
obstetrics (1)
occupational therapy (1)
oig (1)
OMB (1)
OMHA (1)
ONC (1)
opa (1)
op-ed (1)
Open Door Forum (1)
Open World Program (1)
OQR (1)
overtime (1)
patient care (1)
patient experience (1)
patient status denials (1)
patient tracking (1)
payment adjustments (1)
payment bundle (1)
PBR (1)
pediatrics (1)
penalties (1)
PHI Air Medical (1)
phshing (1)
physical theray (1)
physician (1)
physician compensation (1)
physician fee schedule (1)
physician groups (1)
physician supervision (1)
physician track (1)
pilot program (1)
Pink Glove Dance (1)
pledge (1)
policy change (1)
political action committee (1)
postacute care (1)
presentations (1)
preview period (1)
prior authorization (1)
proclamation (1)
ProPublica (1)
provider support program (1)
provider-based rules (1)
psych/cd (1)
public health notice (1)
public relations (1)
publication (1)
QHP (1)
QI (1)
QRP (1)
Quality Conference (1)
quality improvement (1)
quality reporting (1)
ransomware (1)
REC (1)
recap (1)
reception (1)
recerification (1)
recertification (1)
recommendations (1)
reconsideration form (1)
recording (1)
Recovery Audit Contractors (1)
Region 3 (1)
Regional Extention Center (1)
regulations (1)
Reportable Diseases (1)
Republic Bank (1)
Resource Bridge (1)
resources (1)
resources for the blind (1)
resources in Spanish (1)
restraint (1)
risk issues (1)
Ronan Tynan (1)
rule (1)
rules (1)
rural hospital (1)
Rural Hospital Flexibility Program (1)
SAFE Act (1)
safety (1)
schedule change (1)
seclusion (1)
Section 501(r) (1)
Senate Finance Committee (1)
sepsis (1)
sequestration (1)
Sevierville (1)
sexual assault evidence kits (1)
sexual assault nurse examiner (1)
short stay policies (1)
short stay reviews (1)
SIM (1)
site-neutral payment (1)
skilled nursing facilities (1)
small and rural hospitals (1)
small rural hospitals (1)
smoke-free kentucky (1)
speakers (1)
speech therapy (1)
staff (1)
stage 2 (1)
Stage 3 Meaningful Use (1)
state issues (1)
State Legislature (1)
Stats Book (1)
strategic plan (1)
strategic planning (1)
stroke (1)
subsidies (1)
substance abuse (1)
surgery (1)
survey results (1)
tabletop exercise (1)
tax-exempt hospitals (1)
technical assistance (1)
technology (1)
TechSolve (1)
telehealth (1)
telemedicine (1)
telemetry (1)
television (1)
Tennessee (1)
testimony (1)
Thomas Massie (1)
tips (1)
tissue donation (1)
tobacco prevention (1)
Top Performers (1)
town hall (1)
Transitions of Care (1)
translators (1)
trauma center (1)
trauma center designation (1)
trauma system (1)
trends (1)
trip (1)
UK Public Health Hall of Fame (1)
Update (1)
updates (1)
US House (1)
US News and World Report Best Hospitals (1)
Utilization Trend Report (1)
va (1)
value based care (1)
value based reimbursement (1)
value-based purchasing (1)
video (1)
violence (1)
visual impairment resources (1)
visually impaired (1)
warning (1)
Washington (1)
Ways and Means (1)
webinar series (1)
wildfires (1)
Women's Choice Awards (1)
workplace violence (1)
workshop (1)
Zika (1)
 
By Ginger - Site Admin on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 10:03 AM
If a CMS surveyor showed up at your hospital tomorrow, would you know what to do? Two upcoming KHA seminars will cover a record breaking year of changes in the CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation (CoPs) This is a must-attend program for anyone with direct patient care in the hospital. This program will cover the entire CMS hospital manual to ensure you are in compliance.

Seminar on CMS Conditions of Participation for PPS Hospitals March 1-2 Brochure



Seminar on CMS Conditions of Participation for CAHs March 2-3 Brochure



The seminars will be conducted by Sue Dill Calloway, a well-known speaker on CoP.



If you have any questions, please contact Carol Walters at KHA (502-426-6220 or 800-945-4542 or via email at...
By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, January 09, 2017 10:30 AM

Administrators of Kentucky's small, rural and critical access hospitals are invited to join KHA staff on Wednesday, January 25 at 2:00 p.m. (ET) for the first Forum meeting of 2017. Topics of discussion will focus on legislative activities at both the federal and state levels.

This meeting will be held via webinar. Please contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (ecobb@kyha.com) to register and receive login information.

By Ginger - Site Admin on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 9:54 AM

The Kentucky Hospital Association, in partnership with the American Heart Association, is providing a webinar series for small and rural hospitals with the goal to provide rural hospitals with a clinical update on improving recognition, treatment and sometimes transfer of stroke patients in a timely manner. Rural hospital emergency department staff and other nurses and physicians involved in the care of potential stroke patients are invited to attend.

View the brochure for program details and registration information.

By Ginger - Site Admin on Thursday, August 11, 2016 8:47 AM

The Kentucky Hospital Research and Education Foundation (KHREF) is partnering with Blue and Co. to provide a summer series of webinars and a face-to-face conference for critical access hospital (CAH) CEOs and CFOs along with other financial leaders in the CAH setting. These programs are provided to Kentucky CAHs through support by the Rural Hospital Flexibility Program (Flex Grant) and the Kentucky Office of Rural Health.

Webinars will be held August 16 and 25, and an in-person workshop is planned for September 15 in Louisville.

View the brochure for program details and registration information.

If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (ecobb@kyha.com).

By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, July 18, 2016 11:29 AM

CAH Boot Camp CoverKHA, through support from the Rural Hospital Flexibility Program, will host a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) Quality Leader Boot Camp on August 23,. This one-day program addresses critical topics for CAH quality leaders including strengthening your QI program with effective planning and benchmarking, preparing for changes in Conditions of Participation (CoP) and other important clinical topics.

View the brochure for program details and register today to reserve your seat.

By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, June 06, 2016 8:10 AM

The 2016 KHA Small Rural and Critical Access Hospital Conference is Wednesday, June 8. The conference is designed to help small rural hospital leaders understand changes to the health care delivery system and think strategically about how to best position their hospital for top performance.

View the brochure for more details, and register online in the Events section of www.kyha.com.

If you have questions, contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (ecobb@kyha.com).

By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, February 15, 2016 11:17 AM

KHA will host two Swing Bed Seminars for Prospective Payment System (PPS) hospitals and critical access hospitals (CAHs) at KHA Headquarters in Louisville as follows:

PPS Hospitals

- April 11-12

CAHs

- April 13-14

Follow the corresponding links above for program details and registration information.

Mary Guyot with Stroudwater Associates will instruct both courses. The seminar is supported by the Rural Hospital Flexibility Program in an effort to keep costs as low as possible for rural hospitals.

If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (502-426-6220 or 800-945-4542 or via email at ecobb@kyha.com).
By Ginger - Site Admin on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 8:59 AM

The KHA Small Rural and Critical Access Hospital Forum will meet via webinar tomorrow, November 11, at 2:00 p.m. (ET).  Administrators who have not received the call in information should contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (ecobb@kyha.com).

Agenda topics will include a Certificate of Need (CON)/State Health Plan update, hospital requirements for sexual assault response, preserving emergency care in rural areas and more.

By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, July 27, 2015 8:00 AM

On August 12, from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (ET), KHA will host a webinar for the Small Rural and Critical Access Hospital Forum. Attendees will hear a state and federal policy update along with a special presentation by Pete Lawson, of Raymond James, on rural hospital financing in the post-ACA world.

Administrators should have received an e-mail with webinar access information on Friday. If you did not, or you have additional questions, please contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (ecobb@kyha.com).

By Ginger - Site Admin on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 3:10 PM
The 13th Annual Mid-South CAH Conference will be held in Nashville on August 19-21. Details on the agenda, registration information, host hotel and more are available at https://www.signup4.net/public/ap.aspx?EID=20153355E&OID=50.
By Ginger - Site Admin on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 3:05 PM
KHA, through support from the Rural Hospital Flexibility Program, will host a Rural Hospital Quality Leader Boot Camp for small rural and critical access hospital patient safety and quality leaders August 5 and 6. The 1 ½ day program includes training on TeamSTEPPS skills followed by a general quality leadership education workshop. The program will help quality leaders hone their communication and leadership skills as well as improve focus on best practices, data collection and benchmarking and engaging team members and leaders.

The event will be held at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill in Harrodsburg. For details, view the event brochure. Online registration is available at https://secure.kyha.com/imispublic/....
By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, May 04, 2015 8:46 AM
Through the Rural Hospital Flexibility Grant Program Funded by the Health Reseources and Services Administration's (HRSA’s) Office of Rural Health Policy (ORHP) in partnership with the Kentucky Hospital Association and the Kentucky Office of Rural Health (KORH), a one-time grant opportunity is available for networks/coalitions across rural Kentucky. For grant guidance and additional information, visit https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/22ca89b5-e928-4f2c-afb6-0783d10e1d3c.

The purpose of the Kentucky Flex Program Quality Improvement Grant (KYFP-QIG) is to initiate multi-organizational quality improvement efforts in rural communities, where at least one critical access hospital (CAH) serves as an active member in the defined network. KYFP-QIG grantees do not have to be a currently formalized network, but it is encouraged that new networks from the KYFP-QIG would pursue formalization through...
By Ginger - Site Admin on Friday, March 06, 2015 10:16 AM
KHA will host its annual Small Rural and Critical Access Hospital Conference April 13-14 in Louisville. The conference is designed to help small, rural hospital leaders understand changes to the health care delivery system and think strategically about how to best position their hospital for top performance.

The conference begins with a dinner for critical access hospital (CAH) leaders on the evening of April 13 with conversation targeted on CAH policy issues.

There will be a full-day meeting on April 14 with presentations centered on rural health policy, financial stability and improving operation strategies.

See the brochure for details and registration information. If you have any questions, contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (502-426-6220 or 800-945-4542 or via email at ecobb@kyha.com).

By Ginger - Site Admin on Friday, December 19, 2014 2:06 PM
Please note, the increase in state licensure fees has been approved and will take effect on January 5, 2015. Any hospital that is re-licensed after that date will be subject to the new fees.  This will equally impact accredited hospitals as there is now no fee difference between hospitals that get deemed status for licensure and non-accredited hospitals that are inspected.  

The new fees, which apply to acute, psychiatric and physical rehabilitation hospitals, are as follows: Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs): $750 + $25/bed All other Hospitals:  $1,000 + $25/bed The fee for CAHs represents a reduction from the original proposed fee as a result of KHA comments.  Other changes were made in response to KHA comments to assure hospitals would not be threatened with disciplinary action for not producing records that are protected as patient safety work product under the federal Patient Safety and Quality Act when a hospital is participating in a Patient Safety Organization (PSO) such as KHA’s PSO,...
By Ginger - Site Admin on Tuesday, September 02, 2014 11:30 AM
According to a bulletin released by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on August 29, to more quickly reduce the volume of patient status claim denials pending in the appeals process, CMS is offering an administrative agreement to any acute care hospital or critical access hospital (CAH) willing to resolve their pending appeals (or waive their right to request an appeal) in exchange for timely partial payment (68 percent of the net payable amount). CMS encourages hospitals with patient status claim denials currently in the appeals process to make use of this administrative agreement to alleviate the burden of current appeals on both the hospital and Medicare system.

More details about the providers and claims eligible for an administrative agreement, as well as the documents needed to request such an agreement, can be found on the CMS Inpatient Hospital Reviews web page.

...
By Ginger - Site Admin on Tuesday, August 26, 2014 8:58 AM
On September 17, KHA is kicking off a collaborative improvement project focusing on improving care and outcomes (including reducing readmissions) for pneumonia patients. This is a particularly tough challenge for small and rural hospitals as pneumonia patients often have comorbidities and other barriers to follow up care. The September 17 conference will be presented by Mary Guyot with Stroudwater Associates. Guyot is a long-time faculty for KHA Swing Bed programs and other quality education. She has 40 years of experience in nursing care and hospital leadership.The brochure, available at http://www.kyha.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/PneumoniaCollaborative.pdf, includes program details and registration information. The conference is open to all small and rural hospitals.

On September 18, KHA will host a conference for Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs). The program will assist...
By Ginger - Site Admin on Thursday, August 07, 2014 9:26 AM
KHA will host two Swing Bed Seminars for Prospective Payment System (PPS) hospitals and critical access hospitals (CAHs) at the Hilton Garden Inn Northeast in Louisville as follows:

PPS Hospitals - October 7-8

CAHs - October 9-10

Follow the corresponding links above for program details and registration information.

Mary Guyot with Stroudwater Associates will instruct both courses. The seminar is supported by the Rural Hospital Flexibility Program in an effort to keep costs as low as possible for rural hospitals.

If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (502-426-6220 or 800-945-4542 or via email at ecobb@kyha.com).

...
By Ginger - Site Admin on Monday, June 02, 2014 10:01 AM
KHA will host its annual Small Rural and Critical Access Hospital (CAH) Conference June 5-6 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Louisville. The conference is designed to help small, rural hospital leaders understand changes to the health care delivery system and think strategically about how to best position your hospital for top performance. Small, rural and CAH hospital chief executive officers, chief nursing officers, chief financial officers, other senior leaders and trustees are encouraged to attend.

A flier with details, an agenda and registration information is available at http://www.kyha.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/StrengtheningKentuckyRuralHospitalPerformance.pdf.

For further information, please contact Elizabeth Cobb at KHA (502-426-6220 or 800-945-4542 or via email at ecobb@kyha.com).

Recent Comments
There are no recent comments on this blog.
Contact Us

Post Office Box 436629
Louisville, Kentucky 40253-6629
Phone: 502-426-6220
Fax: 502-426-6226

KHA Staff
E-mail Us

Connect
Copyright 2014 by KHA   |  Privacy Statement