AHA Center for Health Innovation

Sep 15, 2020
Experts from the AHA Center for Health Innovation’s Innovation Collaborative, a cohort of leading organizations that convene regularly to share best practices and solve common challenges, recently shared the following insights on how they approach technology evaluation.
Sep 15, 2020
While commercial payers and employers are finding their own ways of dealing with this new COVID-19 normal, it’s important for hospital and health system leaders to stay abreast of how the upheaval in these sectors may ultimately impact provider organizations.
Sep 1, 2020
After demonstrating the value of virtual care for routine primary care services, telehealth startups are rapidly diversifying services and forming strategic partnerships to expand market share.
Aug 25, 2020
Nothing has tested health care providers’ mettle to be more nimble, efficient and responsive than COVID-19. And now, with the future anything but clear, strategic thinkers, consultants and tech gurus have begun to reimagine the field’s future and what opportunities lie ahead.
Aug 25, 2020
To ensure that health care organizations, physicians and nurses remain prepared to meet these demands to care for patients who undergo recommended essential operations, the AHA along with the American College of Surgeons, American Society of Anesthesiologists and Association of periOperative…
Aug 20, 2020
To meet the growing need for online education, AHA Team Training has developed virtual courses and workshops focusing on TeamSTEPPS and other related team training topics.
Aug 20, 2020
Cyber risk should be evaluated in terms of potential risk to patient care and safety. Security and privacy of patient data is very important but not above patient safety.
Aug 18, 2020
Sustaining hospitals and health systems and positioning them for success moving forward is a chief focus of Navigating a New Reality: Health Care Leaders Confront the Future, a three-day virtual conference, Sept. 14-16, sponsored by the AHA Center for Health Innovation and the Society for Health…
Aug 18, 2020
Deferment of medical care during the pandemic has had negative consequences for patients and providers. And even now, with most states lifting restrictions on so-called elective surgeries, the issue of how to quickly and effectively restart these services could bring unintended consequences.