Association News

Association News includes the leadership developments, legislative initiatives and changes, ideas and commentary pertinent to our members. It keeps you ahead of what’s happening and demonstrates the true value of your membership—relationships, representation and advocacy.

In the Spotlight: Susan Harrington

Susan Harrington is executive director of Communities Lifting Communities — the HASC initiative aimed at health disparities and upstream factors affecting diabetes, preterm births and other public health challenges.  She recently sat down with the HASC Strategic Communications team to discuss the initiative’s goals and work.  Download a pdf version layout of this article here or below. CLC […]

HASC Releases Workforce White Paper

HASC is pleased to release an all-new white paper titled, Southern California’s Health Care Workforce: Challenges, Approaches and Solutions. In its analysis, the paper reviews data collected by HR leaders in area hospitals regarding trends in hiring, recruitment, workforce planning, turnover and retention, training, and the physician shortage. Its unique focus on Southern California hiring and […]

Care for the Caregiver Resources

HASC is committed to the well-being of its member hospitals and their staff. We recognize that resilient, healthy employees are a workforce asset every day, especially throughout the current pandemic. During these challenging times, we know your health care workers may be experiencing higher levels of stress, anxiety, grief and other challenges as they continue providing safe and reliable patient […]

Organ Donation

OneLegacy is the organ procurement organization serving Southern California. Visit their website for current information on how your hospital and regional organ donation networks can collaborate to advance organ donation and successful transplantation processes and outcomes.

Care Coordination Training Funds Available for Ventura, L.A. Counties

HASC and C3 Skills Alliance this week announce up to $200,000 in grant funding for programs that train incumbent nurses, social workers and other staff in care coordination. An additional $200,000 is allocated to train new workers, from which employers in Los Angeles and Ventura counties only will be able to hire qualified applicants. Funding […]