Policy Snapshot Outlines The Center for Health Affairs' Central Health Policy Priorities

Part two of this two-part series describes how the region’s hospitals are improving healthcare quality, zeroing in on the patient experience, ensuring a sufficient supply of providers and improving the level of emergency preparedness in the region.

  • Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on LinkedInEmail a friend

Dear Lawmaker: Top Considerations from the Northeast Ohio Healthcare Community for 2013

(PRWEB) February 28, 2013

February’s policy snapshot, Dear Lawmaker: Top Considerations from the Northeast Ohio Healthcare Community for 2013, outlines The Center’s central health policy priorities. Part two of this two-part series describes how the region’s hospitals are improving healthcare quality, zeroing in on the patient experience, ensuring a sufficient supply of providers and improving the level of emergency preparedness in the region. Download the full PDF to learn more about how The Center is addressing its 2013 central health policy priorities.

A full list of publications can be found on The Center's website along with a wide range of resources covering a variety of healthcare topics.

--

The Center for Health Affairs is the leading advocate for Northeast Ohio hospitals, serving those organizations and others through a variety of advocacy and business management services. The Center also works to inform the public about issues that affect the delivery of health care. Formed by a visionary group of hospital leaders 96 years ago, The Center continues to operate on the principle that by working together hospitals can ensure the availability and accessibility of health care services.