Since 2011, healthcare leaders from the Connecticut Hospital Association, the Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home, the Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities, the Connecticut State Medical Society, and LeadingAge Connecticut have been working together on a shared goal of enhancing the quality of healthcare provided to every Connecticut resident.
The Connecticut Healthcare Association Collaborative focuses on improving and coordinating the transitions of care provided by our hospitals, home care and hospice, skilled nursing facilities, and the physician community.
The Connecticut Hospital Association has been dedicated to serving Connecticut’s hospitals since 1919. Through state and federal advocacy, CHA represents the interests of Connecticut’s hospitals on key healthcare issues in the areas of quality and patient safety, access and coverage, workforce, public health, and hospital reimbursement.
LeadingAge Connecticut is an association of not for profit organizations dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. Together with our national partner LeadingAge, we advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age.
The CT Association for Healthcare at Home is the industry champion for quality, cost-effective home health, hospice and community-based care in the setting people prefer most – their own home.
The mission of the Connecticut State Medical Society is to be the voice of all Connecticut physicians; to lead physicians in advocacy; to promote the profession of medicine; to improve the quality of care; and to safeguard the health of our patients.
The Connecticut Association of Health Care Facilities represents health care facilities providing long-term, sub-acute and rehabilitative services to nearly 20,000 Connecticut citizens; and allied health-care-related businesses and organizations.