AHA-Related Organizations

AHA Center for Health Innovation

The AHA Center for Health Care Innovation is committed to helping hospitals and health systems advance care delivery and connectivity, improve the patient experience and lower costs. It’s an all-access pass to the experts, skills, tools and network your hospital or health system needs to take health care to the next level.

Trustee Services

AHA Trustee Services provides trustees and health care leaders with education, resources, tools and engagement opportunities to help hospital and health system boards navigate the transforming health care landscape.

Institute for Diversity and Health Equity

The Institute for Diversity and Health Equity leads national initiatives to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion in health care to empower health organizations to provide equitable care for all persons.

AHA Physician Alliance

The AHA Physician Alliance strengthens the voice of physician leaders in health policy and practice while providing tools and resources to lead well, be well and care well. Connecting hospital and health system leadership through education, technical assistance and collaboratively advancing excellence in the health of patients, their families, and communities, the Alliance is the place for physicians to unite in leadership.

Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET)

HRET is one of the nation's leading organizations providing thought leadership and education for hospitals and health systems to achieve their goals in quality improvement, high-reliability organizations, patient-family engagement and population-community health. Through HRET, organizations and leaders have access to numerous learning collaboratives, convenings, virtual and in-person leadership development and trainings so they can be agents for change in partnership with government agencies, foundations, researchers, clinical societies and many other innovative stakeholders.

AHA Professional Membership Groups (PMGs)

The PMGs are societies organized around distinct professional groups and range in size from 1000 to nearly 13,000 members. Each PMG provides specific education, publications, networking, leadership opportunities, and recognition to targeted healthcare professionals.

American Organization for Nursing Leadership (AONL)

Since 1967, AONL has provided leadership, professional development, advocacy and research to advance nursing practice and patient care, promote nursing leadership excellence and shape public policy for health care nationwide.