We are a regional trade association representing a continuum of healthcare providers including hospitals, long-term care facilities, long-term acute care providers and specialty hospitals in a 30-county area.
Hospital Council serves as a neutral convening authority for providers across the region and members work collaboratively to address common issues and concerns as well as share best practices.
Hospital Council members now have access to medication adherence monitoring through Automated Security Alert, Inc. (ASA) based in Munhall, Pennsylvania. By helping patients adhere to taking their medication at the right time and in the […]
Hospital Council released the second quarter of the Fiscal Year (FY) Flash Survey to members. The report includes data from the six month period ending December 31, 2014. Hospital operating margins continue to be insufficient. […]
Hospital Council’s Allied Members will meet on May 14, 2015 at Hospital Council’s Conference Center. Allied Members will receive more information and a registration form in the near future. For more information contact Pat Raffaele […]
Hospital Council will host a train-the-trainer course on Pennsylvania Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at Hospital Council’s Conference Center. The program is co-sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh School of […]
Hospital Council’s 2015 Labor & Employment Update will be held on May 8, 2015. The program features industry-leading speakers and “hot” topics in labor trends, employment law and compensation, benefits and retirement plans. The program is designed […]
“From the location and comfort of the room, to the available technology, and even to the catered food, The Conference Center at Hospital Council of Western Pennsylvania simply has it all. The feedback from our members is always extremely positive!”
Dee Dee Edwards - President W PA AHRMM (Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management)
“It’s our ‘Easy Button’. We request how we’d like the logistics to be laid out – and the meeting staff makes it happen. It allows us to concentrate on the purpose of the meeting and not the behind-the-scenes-details that make it all come together.”
Bud Stevens - Chief Human Resources Officer, Amerinet