Your Membership Matters

Your Membership Matters

Create an account to access member-only materials and encourage your staff to sign up. Here’s a guide to your Children's Hospital Association membership opportunities.
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As the voice of children and their families all over the country, children’s hospitals are stronger when they come together to tackle key issues in pediatric health care through learning, advocacy, and data insights, including:

Learn how your membership can foster vital peer relationships, improve patient outcomes, shape efficiencies throughout your hospital and support your continued growth as a leader and teammate.


Learn

Connect with your peers to understand and answer the biggest questions facing children’s hospitals.

Advocate

Advance and advocate for policies that support the critical role of children’s hospitals in the communities and with the patients they serve.

  • Get involved in advocacy efforts to represent your organization, staff, patients, families and communities in legislative and regulatory action.
  • Participate in Family Advocacy Day to share patient stories with members of Congress and show support for children’s health.
  • Contribute to “Made Possible by Your Children’s Hospital,” our brand-positioning campaign that promotes the critical role of America’s children’s hospitals.

Improve

Accelerate progress and support children’s hospitals initiatives to improve health outcomes, quality, experience and value for patients and families.

*May require additional fees or resources.

Our Shared Priorities

Children’s hospitals are stronger together and by working toward common goals in areas like behavioral health and quality, our potential influence is exponential.

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