The AHA Endorsement
As of 2020, the AHA Endorsement program will come to an end. Long-standing as a mark of excellence across a broad range of criteria including product and service features, reliability of technology, implementation process, financial stability, and customer service — the AHA Endorsement has identified solutions that help hospitals in their efforts to support the Triple Aim of better care, better health and lower cost.
Since 1979, the AHA Health Forum team has used internal subject matter expertise and external research to identify key challenges faced by the field. Prospective solutions were evaluated through a rigorous Due Diligence Process™ with each endorsement addressing a different operational challenge faced by hospitals and care systems.
As the program winds down, the AHA would like to recognize each of the following organizations, which collectively have contributed (and continue to contribute) countless hours of education, thought leadership and service to the AHA and our member organizations. We thank them for their support and dedication to the field.
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