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CHA Releases 2023 Legislative Workforce and Behavioral Health Priorities

The Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) has released its 2023 Legislative Workforce and Behavioral Health priorities.  With the 2023 legislative session under way, CHA is maintaining its focus on addressing two crucial needs – building and retaining the healthcare workforce and continuing to address the behavioral health crisis. 


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CHA Highlights the Harmful Impact of Government Mandated Staffing Ratios; Encourages a Focus on Working Together to Address Healthcare Workforce Shortage

This week, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) Connecticut (a union representing some nurses and other healthcare workers in Connecticut) held a news briefing on a report issued by AFT National detailing the union’s strategies for addressing healthcare workforce staffing, including government mandated nurse staffing levels.  In response, CHA identified the negative consequences of pursuing staffing ratios and highlighting ways to work together to support and grow the healthcare workforce. 


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Nicole Rall Joins CHA as Director of Communications

The Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) welcomes Nicole Rall as Director of Communications. Nicole will lead CHA’s communications efforts, focusing on key CHA initiatives in advocacy and strategic focus areas, as she works with a broad and wide range of stakeholders, and serves as CHA’s primary media and public liaison


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