Hospitals across Colorado strive to meet the needs of patients in their communities. Upgrading facilities and expanding services are just some of the ways we achieve the goal of providing optimal care in every corner of the state. @riograndehosp @SkyRidgeMed
An integrated network: Colorado hospitals actively look for ways to improve the network of care we offer to our patients. One example of this is @BannerHealth's new partnership to expand primary care access in Northern Colorado! http://ow.ly/ACXY50JMXJJ
An integrated network: Colorado hospitals actively look for ways to improve the network of care we offer to our patients. One example of this is @BannerHealth’s new partnership to expand primary care access in Northern Colorado!
Tailored health care. Like many patient populations, women’s health care needs can be very specialized. Many Colorado hospitals are advancing women’s health and health care by offering services that are tailored to the needs of women in their communities.
For vets in the Rocky Mountain region, health care lives in Colorado. In addition to our state-of-the-art Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center, some hospitals and health systems have veteran-centric physical and behavioral health care programs.
Thank you to @BrooksLaSureCMS for taking the time to visit Grand River Health to discuss the challenges facing rural hospitals and providers. CHA was pleased to join the conversation and looks forward to partnering on solutions.
Protecting our patients. Colorado hospitals work diligently to keep patients as safe as possible when they are under our care. Five infection preventionists in Colorado were recognized as heroes in infection prevention this year! @SCLHealth
Thank you to all our member and sponsor attendees at #CHACEO! CHA looks forward to working with each of you on the new journey and experiences we have ahead of us, moving forward into the future. We hope you enjoyed the 2022 CEO Forum!
We are pleased to chat with @votebobrankin @Kyle_Mullica
@domoreno @hmckean at #CHACEO on how health care policy is changing in Colorado and how hospitals can better partner with legislators and other policymakers to move health care forward.
Maryjane Wurth has helped our association significantly over the past 10 months, working with Dr. Rob Vissers and the Board of Trustees on transformational change. And now we are so happy to welcome Jeff Tieman as the new CHA president and CEO! Jeff starts Aug. 1. #CHACEO
Thank you to Martha Davis from @GuidehouseHC for sharing best practices for rebuillding a resilient workforce in the post-COVID world. Each organization should think through all stages of employment for how they can best support their people. #CHACEO
We are so grateful to the CHA Board of Trustees Executive Committee who have worked really hard on transformational change to move CHA forward and for sharing their learnings from that process. #CHACEO
The last 2+ years have lead to incredibly high levels of burnout (or as @DrNicoleLipkin shared, the Pandemic Trauma and Stress Experience) for everyone, but especially for health care workers. Our hospital leaders are focused on cultural changes that can help. #CHACEO
We are thrilled to have Maryjane Wurth, CHA interim CEO, kick off #CHACEO! This is the first time in three years we've been able to convene hospital CEOs in person to learn from each other, to network, and to listen to experts on workforce, leadership and more.
Hospitals are always finding new ways to invest in our people - check out what Sterling Regional MedCenter is doing to build the health care workforce. (@BannerHealth)
By operating as a united front, hospitals and health systems across the country can forge a path for all to have hope. Join the effort this #HAVhope Friday by exploring resources to combat violence in the workplace and the community: http://ow.ly/pFSu50JpAZI