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HHRMAC Member Resources

Member Resources

LawRoom

HHRMAC members have access to LawRoom who has been serving the HR community since 1994. LawRoom delivers online compliance training to thousands of organizations across the country on topics including anti-harassment, ethics, data security, FCPA and Title IX.

American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA)

HHRMAC is one of the Region 9 affiliate chapters of the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources Administration (ASHHRA).
Founded in 1964, ASHHRA is a professional membership group of the American Hospital Association (AHA) and has more than 3,000 members nationwide. ASHHRA leads the way for members to become more effective, valued, and credible leaders in health care human resources. As the foremost authority in health care human resources, ASHHRA provides timely and critical support through research, learning and knowledge sharing, professional development, products and resources, and provides opportunities for networking and collaboration. ASHHRA offers the only certification distinguishing health care human resource professionals, the Certified in Healthcare Human Resources (CHHR).

California Hospital Association (CHA)

The California Hospital Association (CHA) is the statewide leader representing the interests of California’s hospitals and health systems with the Legislature, administration and regulatory agencies.

CHA is one of the largest hospital trade associations in the nation, serving more than 400 hospitals and health systems and 97 percent of the patient beds in California. CHA’s vision is an “optimally healthy society.” CHA’s goal is for every Californian to have equitable access to affordable, safe, high-quality, medically necessary health care.

CHA seeks to develop consensus on public policy priorities and to represent and serve hospitals and health systems. Our work is implemented through a board of trustees representing all categories and types of general acute care hospitals and health systems, as well as trustees, volunteers, nurses and physicians.

In addition to state and federal representation and advocacy, CHA provides valuable services to support its members, including public policy development and issue-specific advice; education and publications on state and national health policy issues; media relations that support advocacy goals; and legal analysis and information.