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The Federation of American Hospitals (FAH), founded in 1966, is the national representative of investor-owned or managed community hospitals and health systems throughout the United States and one of Washington, DC’s most respected and influential health policy and advocacy organizations. Dedicated to a market-based philosophy, we provide representation and advocacy on behalf of our members to Congress, the Executive Branch, the judiciary, media, academia, accrediting organizations and the public.

The Federation of American Hospitals serves its members as a clearinghouse for information about the nation’s most vital health policy issues. These include Medicare and Medicaid, the uninsured, health care quality, patient safety, health information technology, medical liability insurance reform, rural health care, long-term hospital care, inpatient psychiatric care, hospital emergency preparedness, antitrust, compliance, the health care workforce shortage, privacy and confidentiality, tax issues, and rehabilitation services, among other important issues.

FAH Action Network

JAMA Study: Hospitals Undergoing Conversions Better Able to Serve Patients and Communities

Bloomberg BNA Q&A With Chip Kahn

FAH President and CEO Chip Kahn discusses critical issues facing hospitals and the health-care system in a Q&A published by Bloomberg BNA.

Recent FAH Comment Letters

FAH FY’15 OPPS Proposed Rule Comment Letter (09/02/14)

FAH FY’15 Physician Fee Schedule Proposed Rule Comment Letter (09/02/14)

FAH Submits Letter Re: “Protecting the Integrity of Medicare Act of 2014” (8/28/14)

FAH Reference Pricing Comment Letter (08/01/14)

FAH 2014 CEHRT Flexibility Comment Letter (07/15/14)

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