Programs & Services

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Accurate
Comprehensive Employment Screening Solutions

After a comprehensive review of background screening companies, Hospital Council and Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC) have jointly named Accurate as an endorsed business partner for employment screening services.

The endorsement provides member hospitals with a comprehensive portfolio of employment screening solutions – from criminal background checks and drug screening to verifications and ongoing workforce monitoring – to help organizations comply with state, federal, and association requirements.

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Survey Seeks Data to Support Effective Hiring and Retention

Member hospitals and health systems are reminded this month to enroll in the 2021 Allied for Health Survey Program. The program includes access to the hot jobs and HR metrics, as well as executive, management, non-management compensation, and union penetration surveys.

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Health Care Heroes Leading COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

From the very start of the pandemic, hospital workers have demonstrated incredible dedication, compassion, courage, and skill as they care for our communities — something that Californians will forever be grateful for.

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RVP Roundup

Here’s a look at how Hospital Council’s RVPs have been working on behalf of hospitals over the past few weeks.

A collection of 10 far-northern counties is considering working together to change their counties’ structure for Medi-Cal managed care to a county organized health system. 

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Community Health Needs Assessments

As part of its public advocacy efforts, the Hospital Council brings hospitals together to collaborate on community health needs assessments (CHNAs). Hospitals can be a catalyst to lead the community in addressing the most pressing health needs. The CHNAs provide a data-driven understanding of these needs, and empowering hospitals to form coalitions with community partners, government agencies, elected officials, civic groups and the media, to address and improve community-wide health issues.

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Santa Clara County Community Benefits Hospital Coalition

The Santa Clara County Community Benefits Hospital Coalition consists of nonprofit hospitals/systems and the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, in partnership with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department.

The Coalition’s goal for the 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment is to collectively gather community feedback and secondary data about health status. With this assessment, hospital members will then develop implementation strategies to help tackle these needs and continue to improve the health status of the communities they serve.

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SF Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)

The 2019 San Francisco Community Health Needs Assessment has been released, and will be the topic of an Oct. 22 breakfast hosted by Hospital Council and the San Francisco Health Improvement Partnership. 

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Compensation & Employee Benefits Survey Reports

The Hospital Council Northern and Central California, the Hospital Association of Southern California (HASC) and the Hospital Association of San Diego and Imperial Counties (HASDIC) partner to offer hospitals tools needed to support the development of a strategic approach for managing and compensating a workforce that contributes to the success of the organization.

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Economic Impact Reports

The Hospital Council commissions reports to estimate the economic impact of hospitals and hospital-related spending in the region. These reports are critical to both our public and political advocacy.

Prior reports are available by using the Search feature on this website.

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Economic and Health Impact of Hospitals in Santa Clara County
2017

Hospitals in Santa Clara County are strong drivers in the local economy, deliver high quality patient care, provide “safety net” services to residents in need, improve community health outcomes and serve as a vital element in the region’s emergency response plans.

Hospitals and hospital-related spending, such as long-term care facilities, generate $18.5 billion in spending annually, 91,936 jobs in the county and $10.7 billion in labor earnings. Hospitals in Santa Clara County provide approximately $4 billion annually in charity care, Medi-Cal shortfall and a wide range of other community benefits.

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Economic Impact of Fresno/Madera and Tulare/Kings Hospitals
2016

This report, commissioned by the Hospital Council, estimates the economic impact of hospital spending in the Central Valley (Fresno, Kings, Madera, and Tulare counties).  Financial data used for this report was collected from the State of California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) fro the most recent year, 2014-2015.

Hospital and hospital-related spending in the Central Valley generated $19.5 billion and 130,723 jobs. 

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Northern San Joaquin Valley Economic and Health Impact of Hospitals
November 2016

This report, commissioned by the Hospital Council – Northern and Central California, estimates the economic impact of hospital spending in the Northern San Joaquin Valley (Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Tuolumne counties).

This report shows that hospitals and hospital-related spending in the Northern San Joaquin Valley generate $6.52 billion in spending annually and 40,928 jobs.

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Endorsed Business Partners

The Endorsed Business Partner Program was established to provide cutting-edge and cost-effective solutions for our member hospitals.  The vendors selected are expected to meet high quality standards and offer products or services that help health care facilities avoid costs, recover revenue, reduce operating and capital expenses, improve management and quality, increase productivity, develop staff resources and apply new strategies.

Need additional information or to discuss this program, contact Meghan Hardin at mhardin@hospitalcouncil.org or (415) 259-8609.

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Healthcare Talent Scan

This comprehensive report will help you better understand the forces and trends affecting healthcare HR — and what challenges and opportunities they present. It is based on research from some our field’s most trusted sources and covers a multitude of topics:

  • Healthcare Coverage and Access
  • Workforce Challenges
  • Diversity
  • Behavioral Health
  • Value-Based Care
  • Telemedicine
  • Care Coordination
  • Hiring Overview for Key Roles

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Sponsorship Programs

If you would like to receive information on future sponsorship opportunities, please contact us.

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California Hospital Share

The Hospital Council Northern & Central California and the Hospital Association of Southern California have come together to create a statewide business partner program called California Hospital Share (CHS).

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