VHHA has multiple resources to assist its members and the general public to better understand the issues affecting Virginia's hospitals and health systems.
VHHA's pressroom includes media releases and all supplemental publications, including our monthly FOCUS article and our triannual Review magazine.
FOCUS is a policy piece, usually four pages in length, that explores in detail a particular issue. Review is VHHA's magazine that covers a wide variety of health care issues. Articles may be reprinted with permission from VHHA; please contact the communications department for more information.
Media-related questions may be directed to the VHHA communications department.
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Combating the Opioid CrisisThe Summer 2018 edition of REVIEW Magazine profiles programs and strategies found in hospitals and health systems across Virginia as part of the ongoing effort to combat the opioid epidemic.
Moving Ahead: Coverage Expansion Next StepsThis issue of FOCUS looks ahead to the implementation of Medicaid expansion now that Virginia policymakers have authorized it in the Commonwealth. As many as 400,000 low-income, uninsured adults in Virginia will be eligible for coverage under the plan approved by the General Assembly and the Governor.
2018 Community Benefit Annual Report
Caring for Our CommunitiesThe Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association takes pride in publishing the annual Community Benefit Report. This publication is an important opportunity to highlight the substantial community contributions Virginia’s local hospitals and health systems make each day. These contributions include essential health services to support community well-being, free care provided to patients without insurance, and many other programs that support health care access and promote quality of life for citizens throughout the Commonwealth.