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AHA Resource Offers Strategies to Help Hospitals Hire Veterans

The American Hospital Association (AHA) on Nov. 6 released Expanding the Reach, strategies to help hospitals and health systems recruit, hire and support veterans, the latest section in AHA’s popular Strengthening the Health Care Workforce series.

Expanding the Reach is part of AHA’s Strengthening the Healthcare Workforce: Strategies for Now, Near and Far. This 4-part series focuses on a variety of workforce best practices. Section 4 includes strategies about hiring veterans, professional governance models and academic-practice partnerships. The chapter gives suggestions on how organizations can hire veterans by working with local military and veterans’ groups, bring qualified personnel, man with enhanced leadership skills, to health care.

Nov. 6 – Nov. 26, AHA and Musicians on Call are offering AHA-member hospitals exclusive early access to a free online concert to show their appreciation for veterans and those who care for them. The AHA concert features virtual performances by Darius Rucker, Margo Price, Brothers Osborne, and other celebrity artists.

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