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KHA honored for commitment to quality

Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award for Allied Association Leadership Recognizes Efforts to Improve Health Care Quality

The Kansas Hospital Association is pleased to announce that it is one of three state associations recognized for its leadership and innovation in quality improvement and safety. The Maryland Hospital Association is the 2016 recipient of the Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award for Allied Association Leadership. The Kansas Hospital Association and the Ohio Hospital Association were selected as honorable mentions for the 2016 award. The award will be presented at the 2016 Health Forum-AHA Leadership Summit in San Diego on July 17.

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KHA receives award

Maryland Hospital Association recognized for Leadership in Quality Improvement

Will receive Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award for Allied Association Leadership; Ohio and Kansas Hospital Associations also Honored

WASHINGTON (June 14, 2016) – The Maryland Hospital Association (MHA) is the 2016 recipient of the Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award for Allied Association Leadership for its work to improve health care quality, the American Hospital Association (AHA) announced today. The Ohio Hospital Association (OHA) and Kansas Hospital Association (KHA) were selected as honorable mentions for the 2016 award. The award, given to state, regional or metropolitan hospital associations that demonstrate leadership and innovation in quality improvement and contribute to national health care improvement efforts, will be presented July 17 at the 2016 Health Forum-AHA Leadership Summit in San Diego. 

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Kansas health care professionals awarded National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF) Immersion Initiative scholarships

Ten Kansas patient safety leaders will soon begin a year-long professional development initiative with the goal to achieve the Certified Professional Patient Safety (CPPS) credential. The scholarship awards were announced by the Kansas Healthcare Collaborative.

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