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We know you rely on the American Hospital Association to deliver the latest news in health care. You also want it all in one place. So we’ve redesigned our daily e-newsletter with you in mind, and on May 31, we unveiled the inaugural edition of AHA Today. AHA Today will replace our retired publications H&HN Daily and AHA News Now, while combining the best of both. It will feature:
- The latest updates on health care policy and news, including top headlines from Capitol Hill, federal agencies, and across health care
- Commentary and analysis from AHA leaders and health care experts, as well as the award-winning team at Hospitals & Health Networks magazine
- Insights to help you get the job done, including reports, toolkits, and advisories from across the AHA to help you manage change and advance health in your community
- Stories from the field so you can learn and use proven strategies that work
You won’t want to miss it—so please be sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book to ensure delivery. To bring you the day’s breaking news, AHA Today will be delivered to you at approximately 5 p.m. ET.
If you are a subscriber to H&HN Daily already, you will automatically receive the new AHA Today newsletter when it launches. If you are not a current subscriber, please go to our subscription page and sign up today.
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