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Bills to reauthorize the Children's Hospitals Graduate Medical Education (CHGME) program were introduced on March 22, 2018, in the U.S. House and ...
The award honors a four-year project to improve serious safety event (SSE) reporting, recognition and interventions that would decrease the SSE rate ...
Rick W. Merrill became chair of the Board of Trustees of the Children’s Hospital Association (CHA) on Jan. 1, 2018.
Children's hospitals encourage Congress to continue recognizing our national priority to invest in children’s health.
Azar has a long-standing career as a leader on health issues in the government and private sector.
This extension will provide strong, stable funding for state CHIP programs and certainty for families.
American voters support funding CHIP for five years. This is true in every region and key sub-group, including across party lines.
Congress should pass a long-term extension of CHIP that will provide security for millions of kids.
Children’s hospitals call on Congress to immediately extend CHIP funding for five years when it reconvenes in January 2018.
A joint statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics, Children’s Defense Fund, Children’s Dental Health Project, Children’s Hospital ...
The Children’s Hospital Association, along with other leading children’s health, medical and advocacy organizations, released a statement calling on ...
Alex Azar has a long-standing government career as a leader on health issues, first as HHS General Counsel, and then as HHS Deputy Secretary.
If CHIP funding is not extended soon, CHIP-enrolled children may become underinsured or uninsured altogether.
A new study finds massive demographic changes that will create challenges and elevate the economic role of next generations.
The House and Senate both approved bills calling for a five-year extension of CHIP.
The federal funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Program has expired, leaving children's families worried about their health care.
The U.S. Senate did not advance the Graham-Cassidy bill, which would have made drastic cuts to Medicaid for kids.
The legislation still fundamentally alters and cuts funding for 30 million children on Medicaid.
Children's hospitals oppose legislation that would slash Medicaid funding.
2017 Sepsis Hero awarded to nearly 50 of the nation’s leading children’s hospitals and the Children’s Hospital Association.
CHA commends United States Senate Finance Committee for five-year extension of CHIP funding.
CHA applauds the Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, Education & Related Agencies Committee for funding CHGME at $305 million.
The U.S. Senate did not pass the Health Care Freedom Act, referred to as the ‘skinny repeal' legislation
The U.S. Senate approved a motion to proceed to the House repeal and replace bill that allows senators to vote on various health care amendments.
Children’s hospitals applaud House initiative that could improve Medicaid for 2 million kids.
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