Tools & Tips | Leadership

Healthcare associations band together to offer coronavirus resources

Tools & Tips | Leadership

Healthcare associations band together to offer coronavirus resources

Although everyone in our field endeavors to continue caring for patients, each other and the families in our communities, healthcare leaders in particular clearly recognize the unprecedented challenges we face in trying to carry out our responsibilities as effectively as possible.

To help support our country, we can think of no better time to further mobilize the full strength of our individual and collective knowledge. To help you better manage the evolving nature of COVID-19, the associations listed here are collaborating closely to provide the healthcare field with our best resources available. We encourage you to visit the websites listed and to use the available information free of charge. Our associations will update these resources as we learn more. By working together, we will all be better equipped to advance the nation's health. 

We thank you for the services you and your organizations are providing. We recognize and appreciate how difficult this situation is, and want to reassure you—we are here for you, and will be here during the days and weeks to come.

COVID-19 resources

American College of Healthcare Executives

American Medical Group Association

Medical Group Management Association

American Association for Physician Leadership

National Association for Healthcare Quality

College of Healthcare Information Management Executives

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists


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