Annual Awards Banquet

DCHA Annual Awards Banquet


Advocacy Agenda

The 2013-2014 Advocacy Agenda is designed to help inform our members, government officials and the public about the health care issues of critical importance to the District’s hospitals and to ensure that quality care is accessible to all District residents in the most appropriate setting, regardless of their financial or medical status. The Agenda highlights many of the issues at the top of Association’s 2013 legislative and regulatory agenda that we expect will remain priorities in 2014.

Utilization Indicators

The 2013 Utilization Indicators report provides aggregate and comparative data on the utilization trends of the District of Columbia hospital community for calendar year 2013.  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).


CMS Predicts Decrease In Number of Uninsured

The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) actuaries released a report yesterday predicting a decrease in the number of uninsured as well as faster growth health expenditures. According to CMS the number of uninsured will fall from 45 million … more

MedStar Washington Hospital Center Reaches NICU Safety Milestone

On July 31th, the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at MedStar Washington Hospital Center celebrated two years without a Central Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection (CLABSI) in its most vulnerable babies. Central line infections are one of the safety outcomes measures most … more

Pain Management CME Opportunity

The DC Board of Medicine will host a continuing medical education session on pain management at MedStar Washington Hospital Center on September 24, 2014. This session will last three hours and focus on assessing the risks and the safe prescribing … more

DCHA Members

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Bank of Georgetown


Annual Awards Banquet
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