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Conference Center

Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association's Conference Center offers a contemporary environment with state-of-the-art A/V and tasteful décor and design with floor-to-ceiling windows, and space to accomodate groups of two to125 people. Amenities include LCD and rear screen projection options, complimentary wireless internet access, a wide variety of catering selections, and Conference Center staff assigned to your meeting throughout the event. Room rentals start at just $125 for a half-day, and MHA members are eligible for discounts. Conference Center rentals include free on-site parking for your attendees. MHA's Conference Center and offices are ideally located in Burlington, Mass. adjacent to Route 95/128 and the Burlington Mall. For more information and complete pricing, contact Laurie Snelson at (781) 262 - 6028, or MHA Conference Center.

Educational Programs

For the New England region, providing leading-edge programs for health care leaders and specific “need-to-know” seminars for health care professionals at all levels. For more information on any program, go to the education page, or contact Kirsten Singleton at (781) 262 - 6053.

MHA Solutions

ImageMHA Solutions is a full-service brokerage and consulting firm, offering both property & casualty and employee benefits expertise.  Our healthcare-specific industry knowledge is the backbone of our value proposition as we specialize in all disciplines of insurance and risk management.  Our history is founded in advocacy and support of our clients’ financial wellbeing and employee health and wellness.  MHA Solutions is the wholly-owned subsidiary of the Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association.

Call us today at (781) 262-6000 or email us at info@mhainsurance.com for more information.

Monday Report



Monday Report is the exclusive weekly source for Massachusetts hospital and health system news — read by health care executives, policy makers, and opinion leaders. Send requests to John LoDico.

Monday Report Archive - For Members.



Plan Performance: Semi-Annual Performance Report on Massachusetts Health Plans

HMO Semi-Annual 

Report The managed care report, published twice yearly, provides an analysis of the financial position and performance of the major health plans licensed in Massachusetts. Statistics about Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Fallon Community Health Plan, Tufts Health Plan, Health New England, Neighborhood Health Plan, Cigna, Aetna, and United Healthcare of New England are all included. In addition, the report contains sections on health plan membership in the Medicaid managed care plans and in commercial plans available through the Commonwealth Connector Authority's Commonwealth Care and Commonwealth Choice. Medicare and Medicaid enrollment by county is provided as well. MHA Members receiving copies of the report: CEO, CFO, Managed Care, Planning & Marketing, and PHO directors. There is a $250 annual charge for each additional member subscription. The report is published and mailed twice yearly. The fee for non-members: $400 annual subscription. Plan Performance Application. Send requests to Leanne Banks.

Following is a sample of the information contained in a recent report:


Consumer Guide




The Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors has developed a consumer guide that encourages patients to become “part of the health care team” along with their physicians, nurses, and pharmacists, to prevent medication mistakes. The guide was developed in conjunction with the Washington, D.C.-based Institute for Family-Centered Care and is based on input solicited from patients, families, and health care professionals. The brochure is also available in Spanish. PDF Version. Send requests to Paula Griswold.




Strategies for Leadership: Hospital Executives and Their Role in Patient Safety

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Jim Conway, COO of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and steering committee member of The Massachusetts Coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors, published these leadership strategies in the form of a self-assessment tool that can be used by all executives involved in patient safety. It is not intended to seek a “pass/fail” grade, but rather to give leaders a range of choices to consider, periodically revisit, and use to trigger action. Completing the self-assessment with others could actually be powerful, not only for setting priorities, but also for reinforcing the rewards of honest appraisal. Send requests to Paula Griswold.