- DCHA President & CEO
The District of Columbia Hospital Association (DCHA) today announced the retirement of Robert A. Malson, President and CEO, effective February 29, 2016. “Advocating on behalf of the District’s hospitals during my tenure as President has been one of the greatest privileges of my life,” said Mr. Malson. “After discussions with my family, I felt that this is the right time to enter the next phase of my life, and I look forward to working with the Board throughout this next year as we seamlessly transition DCHA’s leadership.” more
- Utilization Indicators
The 2014 Utilization Indicators report provides aggregate and comparative data on the utilization trends of the District of Columbia hospital community for calendar year 2014. The source of the data is the District of Columbia Hospital Association’s (DCHA) Monthly Utilization Survey and Quarterly Bed Capacity and Census Survey (self-reported by individual hospitals).
In 1965, Congress passed legislation that prohibited Medicaid reimbursements for services provided to specific patient populations at Institutions for Mental Disease (IMD). Because of this legislation, patients who are between the ages of 22 and 64 years old are excluded from … more
The D.C. Chapter of the Association of Pro Bono Counsel (APBCo) and the Legal Aid Society want to partner with hospitals and other stakeholders in the District to remove unnecessary obstacles while improving access to services for those experiencing financial and medical hardships. Representatives from each organization met this week at DCHA and … more
DCHA staff and the members of the DCHA Government Relations/Financial Policy (GR/FP) Committee thanked the D.C. City Council staffers on Wednesday for their hard work, cooperation, and community service to the city. Robert A. Malson, DCHA President, welcomed the Council … more