Your membership with At Large saves you up to 50 percent on all AHA workshops, teleconferences, and seminars. To receive your preferred member rate, be sure to state you are an At Large PMG member of the American Hospital Association when signing up for the event.

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Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence

Hospitals in Pursuit of Excellence (HPOE) is a strategic platform of the American Hospital Association and was developed to accelerate performance improvement and support delivery system transformation in the nation's hospitals and health systems.

HPOE provides:

  • Education on best practices through multiple channels,
  • Develops evidence-based tools and guides,
  • Provides leadership development through fellowships and networks, and
  • Engages hospitals in national improvement projects.

Working in collaboration with allied hospital associations and national partners, HPOE synthesizes and disseminates knowledge, shares proven practices, and spreads innovation to support care improvement at the local level.

For more information, please visit

Equity of Care

Equity of Care

Equity of Care (EOC) is the national collaborative effort among the following groups:

  • America's Essential Hospitals
  • American College of Healthcare Executives
  • American Hospital Association
  • Association of American Medical Colleges
  • Catholic Health Association of the United States.

Through this platform, the AHA EOC Committee has issued a call to action to eliminate health care disparities.  The goals are to:

  • Increase the collection and use of race, ethnicity and language preference data
  • Increase cultural competency training for clinicians and support staff
  • Increase diversity in governance and management

Through free resources, shared best practices and national collaborative efforts, EOC hopes to lead the health field on a clear path to eliminate disparities and ensure that local action can affect national results.

Submit a Blog
Blog entries are typically short, roughly 400 words, and are well received on the site. The ultimate topic is up to you but a description of your work and connection to health equity would be appropriate.
Please view our archives to view previous examples of blog entries.

How to Submit

  • Prepare the blog
  • With your submission, please include:
  • A title
  • Main content
  • Your name
  • Credentials
  • Organization
  • Submit to

A submission is not a guarantee of acceptance for posting. We are happy to discuss topic ideas and themes in advance but reserve the right edit for style and content.

Please contact Katya Seligman at  for more information.