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Allied for Health Labor Roundtable Call

First Wednesday of each month, 8–9 a.m.
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The Allied for Health Labor Roundtable Call will be held the first Wednesday of every month from 8 – 9 a.m. 

The monthly call is designed to share current information on labor activity and trends affecting the California health care industry. The information provided on this call will:

  • Enable members to be proactive regarding labor relations in their own environment; and
  • Educate members on current regulations, cases and proposed legislation in an interactive process.

Membership

This is a CHA members-only program. These calls are limited to human resources directors, and the top manager or director responsible for labor relations and/or employee relations.

  • You are required to identify yourself upon joining the labor calls; 
  • Because the information shared is highly confidential, information learned on these calls should be shared only with senior management; and
  • If you do not understand the implication of what you are hearing, these calls are meant to be a safe place to ask questions and get clarification. 

2022 Schedule

The following call dates are scheduled:

  • Jan. 5
  • Feb. 2
  • March 2
  • April 6
  • May 4
  • June 1
  • July 6
  • Aug. 3
  • Sept. 7
  • Oct. 5
  • Nov. 2
  • Dec. 7

To register for these calls, please confirm your participation by filling out the form below. The dial-in information and materials will be emailed to you one day prior to each call.

Note that by completing this form, you will sign up for the entire 2022 call schedule. 

Roundtable Signup

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The Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC, www.hasc.org), the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California (Hospital Council, www.hospitalcouncil.org), and the Hospital Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties (HASD&IC, www.hasdic.org), (Allied for Health), is a collaborative of member-based organizations whose mission is to lead, represent and serve hospitals, and to work collaboratively with other stakeholders to enhance community health. We envision member hospitals that consistently and uniformly provide safe, high-quality, cost-effective and culturally appropriate health care services. Consistent with this, it is the policy of AFH to comply with all applicable laws, including federal and state antitrust laws. Our meetings and activities bring competing members together. Therefore, it is important that all communications are conducted with sensitivity to antitrust considerations. Members should avoid discussing certain topics at both formal meetings and in informal contacts with other members. Topics to avoid include price, fees, rates, profit margins, and other matters of competitive sensitivity, allocation of markets or refusals to deal with suppliers, customers or other third parties. Antitrust laws are not violated by collective efforts to obtain governmental action such as lobbying. However, it is important that such efforts remain confined to obtaining results through the government rather than directly through members’ coordinated conduct in the marketplace itself.
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