HASC has been closely following the threat of a respiratory illness “tripledemic” this winter and share our member hospitals’ concern about capacity challenges. We’ve put together a social media toolkit for hospitals to help inform communities about avoiding severe illness.
HASC is asking members to formally join the campaign to oppose the unequal pay measures aimed for the Nov. 2022 election. The SEIU/UHW has filed ballot initiatives in 10 Southern California cities that would set a new $25 per hour minimum wage for certain workers at private hospitals, hospital-based facilities and dialysis clinics. However, we believe […]
First shared last month, HASC this week re-releases its Summer 2021 Vaccination Communications Toolkit — Bilingual with additional content covering the challenges of back-to-school and the Delta variant. The updated kit includes new videos formatted for posting with updated social text content. Its content has already been shared by multiple member facilities and health systems, and by public health agencies and organizations […]
After close to a year and a half fighting COVID-19, the state and region again find themselves confronting a rise in cases. Unlike previous spikes, however, not all groups are equally vulnerable this time. More than half the population is protected by vaccination, but close to 40 percent still falls short – and remains especially […]
May 9-15, 2021 is National Hospital Week. Over the past year, California hospitals successfully coped with the biggest challenge in generations. The time is ripe for recognizing them and their heroic teams. Download our comprehensive National Hospital Week Social Media Toolkit here. The 185 HASC region hospitals and more than 400 hospitals across the state held firm in the face of overwhelming […]