AHA brochures help hospitals get ready for presidential campaign

May 2007
AHA News;5/28/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p7
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The article focuses on "Three Questions" brochure prepared by the American Hospital Association (AHA) to help engage 2008 presidential candidates on health care issues. The pamphlet has been distributed to state hospital associations in the four states holding the first presidential primary or caucus contests, including Iowa. The brochure encourages hospital advocates to ask the candidates about the measures they would take to provide health care coverage for all citizens as well as to describe their vision for the future of health care in the country.


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