Emergency Preparedness

Healthcare organizations face emergencies as widely varied as mass casualty incidents to infectious disease threats. The Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association offers members the latest information on those threats with guidance from a wide range of state, federal and clinical resources.
In response to the ongoing humanitarian needs hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico, Heywood Healthcare has sent out a shipment of needed medical supplies.
SB995 would bring important equity to the application of penalties related to violations of the state’s wage and hour laws.
Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory whose inhabitants are U.S. citizens, is suffering.
MHA appreciates this opportunity to offer comments in strong support of HB2322 “An Act Relative to Emergency and Disaster Planning for Healthcare Providers.”
The Massachusetts healthcare community stepped up to the plate this past week, quickly responding to a call for help from a hospital outside of Houston, Texas.
Twenty-seven MA nurses and a cath lab tech took off this morning from Hanscom Field as part of a deployment organized by MHA to assist Bay Area Regional Medical Center (BARMC) in Webster, Texas, as the facility, its employees and staff recover from H
On Tuesday, MHA President & CEO Lynn Nicholas, FACHE, took a phone call from an old colleague – Steve Jones, Jr., the CEO of Bay Area Regional Medical Center (BARMC) in Webster, Texas, just outside of Houston. Jones’ hospital was being hammered by Hu
Many Texas hospital employees are working around the clock while their lives and the lives of their families have been affected by the destruction from Hurricane Harvey. If you would like to help Texas hospital workers, the Texas Hospital Association
The Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association (MHA), on behalf of our member hospitals, health systems, physician organizations and allied healthcare providers, appreciates the opportunity to offer its strong support for HB659, “An Act to Protect F

Resources