Get Ready to Take Your Pulse

In order to get the most out of the AHA Digital Pulse you will want to assemble a team with the insight to accurately complete the assessment. Use this web page for easy access to information and tools that will assist AHA member hospitals and health systems in navigating the Digital Pulse and AVIA Connect platform.

You also will need to register for access to the tool with your work email.

 

Supported Browsers

NOTE: AHA Digital Pulse is not supported on Internet Explorer. For the optimal experience please use Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge.

 

It’s as easy as 1,2,3

  1. Assign a point person

    This person will be responsible for running the assessment and for inviting others at your organization to participate. This person also will serve as the single point of contact with the AHA Digital Pulse team if you need a demo of the assessment before you start, or if questions come up along the way.

  2. Identify other participants

    Typically the "point person" will identify two to four people to participate in order to evaluate how well your organization is performing today and describe the solutions and tools you are using. This infographic was created to help build your team Digital Pulse Recommended Users

    • For the AHA Digital Pulse assessment on COVID-19, we recommend tapping into your clinical leaders, including your Chief Medical Officer and Chief Nursing Officer, as well as operational leaders including those in telehealth, workforce areas

    • For the Digital Front Door we recommend you enlist leaders from Marketing, IT, Patient Experience, Strategy or Telehealth to help you complete the assessment.

  3. AHA Membership Verification

    This new tool is exclusively for AHA members. Before you get started, you’ll need to visit AHA.org and create an account on the site, if you haven’t done so already. If you have already created an account on the site you will need to make sure this account is “linked” to your AHA member organization (detailed instructions). A helpful video is also available below. If you or others in your team don't yet have AHA credentials, or you are having trouble logging in to AHA.org, contact the AHA Support Center via phone at 800-424-4301 or by email at ahahelp@aha.org.