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MHA Wins Dick Davidson Award!

The Maryland Hospital Association is proud to be the 2016 recipient of the Dick Davidson Quality Milestone Award for Allied Association Leadership from the American Hospital Association.

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Individuals affiliated with an MHA-member hospital should register to access members-only data on this site. All members must create a NEW log-in for this new website. 

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Multimedia & Infographics

Behavioral Health Infographic

Our new website has numerous videos and infographics designed to provide you with helpful information on what we are doing during the Md. General Assembly, what hospitals are doing to improve care for their patients, and much more.

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From MHA's President

  • Tackling the Behavioral Health Crisis

    September 23, 2016 By: Carmela Coyle
    Maryland’s behavioral health crisis did not happen overnight. It took nearly a decade, as the state shuttered many specialized facilities that treated mental health and substance use disorders, and as, at the same time, the effects of heroin and opioid misuse began to spread across the state and into our hospitals.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where are the Accounts Receivable reports?

This is the most frequently asked question we've received since the launch of our new website. All Accounts Receivable, Financial Condition, and Utilization Trend reports can now be found by clicking the Advocacy page, then clicking the Financial Data page on the left.

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Quality Matters

Quality Matters is a commitment by Maryland’s hospitals to make health care in Maryland the safest and highest-quality in the nation. It’s a commitment that entails the ceaseless pursuit of “better” – better doctor-patient relationships, better coordination among hospitals and care providers, better understanding of patients’ needs, and ultimately, better outcomes and better lives for all Marylanders.

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