OHA invites member hospitals to showcase their efforts around quality improvement and patient safety at the Quality Summit June 10 during the OHA 105th Annual Meeting in Columbus. OHA would like to acknowledge your hospital’s commitment to evidence-based practice and high-quality care by inviting your proposals for presentations.
Applications for the 2020 Melvin Creeley Environmental Leadership Award and the John Chapman Award are now open. The Melvin Creeley Award recognizes hospitals and health systems that promote sound environmental practices through the implementation of waste reduction programs, recycling initiatives and other activities to preserve the health of the planet for future generations.
Enrollment is now open for OHA’s Safety Campaign that promotes workplace safety by generating comparable employee injury data for hospitals throughout the state so members can learn from peer facilities and by recognizing successful hospital occupational safety programs.