OHA aspires to lead the nation in quality improvement on key issues as identified by OHA members to address the state’s most expensive and pressing health issues. OHA's statewide initiatives have been nationally recognized by the American Hospital Association, Joint Commission and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.
Ohio hospital leaders and clinical experts work with OHA through three organizations: OHA’s Institute for Health Innovation, the OHA Board of Trustees’ Clinical Advisory Committee and OHA’s Physician Leadership Council. Through these organization we develop appropriate strategies to accomplish the strategic plan’s quality objectives.
As leaders in Ohio's communities, hospitals are ideal partners to lead maternal and infant health strategies in a coordinated and targeted way. Click here to learn more.
Sepsis is the body's overwhelming and life-threatening response to infection that can lead to tissue damage, organ failure and death. In other words, it's a body's over active and toxic response to an infection. It impacts an estimated 41,000 Ohioans every year.
Ohio hospitals are on the forefront of collaborations focusing on medication safety, partnering with community groups and agencies, and promoting the best and most comprehensive treatments available. Click here to learn more about our statewide initiative.