Publications and Reports
CHA provides information on a broad array of healthcare topics. Through its weekly Update newsletter, Annual Report, reports on hospitals' contributions to communities' health and economic well-being, and other publications, CHA offers information to its members, policy makers and legislators, the media, and the public at-large.
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Click here for an interactive summary of key hospital issues and steps to protect patients. For a printable version of the document, click here.
Key issues Interactive PDF (Click here for viewing on laptop; click here for a non-interactive version for mobile devices.)
Interactive PDF describing the current hospital provider tax situation and its consequences to jobs, patients, and communities. For a printable version of the document, click here.
2017 Community Benefit Report
2017 Economic Impact Report
2017: Connecticut Hospitals Today
2016 Issue Briefs
Hospitals for a Healthy Economy
Hospitals and Taxes
How Hospitals are Paid
Connecticut Hospitals are Evolving
Hospitals Serve our Communities
Hospitals and Health Equity
Hospitals and Population Health
Hospitals and Mental Health
Hospitals and Substance Use Treatment
Hospitals: Delivering Safe, Reliable, Quality Healthcare
2016 Community Benefit Report
2016: Connecticut Hospitals Today
2016 Economic Impact Report
CCEA Report: Investing in Hospitals: Projecting Economic Impacts 2016-2013: Study 1
2015 Community Benefit Report
2015 Community Benefit Report Infographic
2015 Hospital 101
Connecticut Hospitals: Charting a Course for the Future
2015 Economic Impact Report and infographic
CHA’s Mental Health Recommendations brochure
2014 Community Benefit Report Infographic
2014 Economic Impact Report
2014 Economic Impact Report Infographic
Update Newsletter - Update Archives
CHA Annual Report - Report Archives
2013 Community Benefit Report
2013 Economic Impact Report
Ensuring the Highest Standards of Patient Safety and Quality Care
Guidelines for Conducting a Community Health Needs Assessment
If you have questions regarding any of these publications, please contact Michele Sharp, Director of Communications and Public Affairs.