Press releases and alerts for the news media.
CHA condemns all forms of intolerance and believes all children deserve an equal shot at reaching their full potential.
Children's hospitals ask the Administration and HHS to provide immediate COVID-19 financial relief.
CHA thanks HHS for broadening the relief effort to recognize the negative financial impact of the COVID-19 surge response on all providers.
CHA thanks administration for recognition of children’s hospitals’ unique contributions during the pandemic.
CHA releases pediatric guidance informing local coordinator of hospital beds, staff and supplies for COVID-19 patients.
Children's hospitals thank Congress for crucial funding during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Children's hospitals call on Congress to instead strengthen our investment in children’s health.
Children's hospitals call on CMS to withdraw Medicaid block grant guidance to states.
Kimberly Cripe, president and CEO of CHOC Children’s in Orange County, became Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Children's Hospital Association (CHA) for a one-year term.
The recent spending deal delays Medicaid DSH cuts and funds CHGME.
CHA thanks Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ranking Member Ron Wyden, D-Ore., for proposals to provide relief from Medicaid DSH cuts.
Today, four national organizations sued the federal government, challenging last month’s contract disclosure rule from CMS.
A Census Bureau report shows a startling increase of uninsured children in 2018.
Hospitals and health systems ask the administration to withdraw the public charge final rule—it would negatively impact the health of communities.
National hospital associations asks the administration to reverse course on a new rule dealing with price transparency.
The ACE Kids Act of 2019 (H.R. 1226) is introduced in the House by Reps. Castor, Bilirakis, Eshoo and Herrera Beutler.
Children's hospitals commend House leaders for their support in delaying harmful DSH cuts.
Children's hospitals thank the U.S. House Appropriations Committee for proposing $350 million for CHGME in FY 2020.
President Trump signed the bipartisan ACE Kids Act into law, which will improve care for children with medically complex conditions who rely on Medicaid for health care coverage.
Congress passed the bipartisan ACE Kids Act, which will improve care for children with medically complex conditions who rely on Medicaid for health care coverage.
The U.S. House took an important step for children by passing the bipartisan ACE Kids Act as part of a larger package of Medicaid-related bills (H.R. 1839).
The bipartisan ACE Kids Act was included in a package of Medicaid-related bills, H.R. 1839, introduced in the U.S. House.
The Children's Hospitals Photo Exhibit showcases the ways children's hospitals help all children thrive, and the online exhibit includes stories behind the photos, allowing viewers to read first-hand accounts from patients, parents, doctors and other health care providers.
The ACE Kids Act of 2019 (S. 317) is reintroduced by Sens. Grassley and Bennet.
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