If you are new to KHA, or if you just need a refresher about what the Association does for you, there is a new tool to help! Visit the new KHA Membership Guide online at https://www.kyha.com/membership-guide.
The guide provides a short overview of KHA's governance and services as well as where to find more details on the website. The Staff section of the guide also provides a listing of staff members to contact based on different topics/issues you may wish to discuss.
If you have any questions, the KHA staff is here to serve you.
KHA hosted a well-attended webinar today to update the membership on key information surrounding the implementation of the Kentucky HEALTH Medicaid 1115 waiver. A recording is available on the Waiver Resources page of KHA's website. The page can be found under the Advocacy tab at www.kyha.com. You must log in to access these resources. Your user id is usually your email address.
If you have any questions, please contact Nancy Galvagni at KHA (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The 2017 and 2018 KHA Patient Origin Reports are now available online in the Data Center section of the KHA website, www.kyha.com. Just click on the Utilization Data page of the Data Center to find them or visit www.kyha.com/online-patient-origin-report for a direct link.
To review the reports, you must obtain a special password from Chuck Warnick at KHA (email@example.com).
There are now Kentucky Medicaid Waiver resources for hospitals available on the KHA website, www.kyha.com. You must be signed in to view the page, which you can reach directly at https://www.kyha.com/1115-waiver-resources or via the Advocacy page of the website.
If you have any questions, please contact Nancy Galvagni at KHA.
The American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) publishes an updated drug shortage list on its website. There is now a link from the Safety and Quality section of the KHA website, www.kyha.com, to this resource for your convenience.
ASHP and its partners work to keep the public informed of the most current drug shortages. Shortages can adversely affect drug therapy, compromise or delay medical procedures and result in medication errors.
This week, KHA is updating its main website, www.kyha.com. This will include a complete upgrade with a number of new features for members. During the transition, the website will be down and inaccessible. KHA staff will work to make sure this causes as little inconvenience as possible; however, the outage could last 24-48 hours.
As soon as the change is complete, there will be information in KHA Health e-News about the new features and how to access your individual site account.
If you have any questions about the site, please contact Ginger Dreyer at KHA (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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