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Bio-Electronics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Nebraska Hospital Association, provides medical equipment service to hospitals and health care facilities in Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, South Dakota and Iowa.

The primary mission of Bio-Electronics is to provide maintenance and management support of medical equipment for health care providers. Since its establishment in 1976, Bio-Electronics has been a leader in its field by meeting the demand of cost-effective maintenance services in advanced medical modalities. Bio-Electronics' areas of expertise include radiology systems, laboratory equipment, physiological monitors, lasers, respiratory therapy and cardiac rehabilitation equipment.


NHA Services, Inc. is a subsidiary organization of the Nebraska Hospital Association (NHA). Designed to reduce health care expenses, NHA Services is collaboration among the NHA, NHA member hospitals and other Nebraska health care organizations and providers.

NHA Services helps providers find cost-effective, appropriate solutions to their operational challenges. Using “NHA Services Preferred Business Partner” provides direct financial support to all NHA programs. The more we share, the more we succeed.


The mission of the NHA Research and Educational Foundation is to provide educational opportunities that enable NHA members to be up-to-date and responsive to health care challenges and reforms. The Foundation is committed to providing the highest-quality, cost-effective and readily accessible health care education. The goal of the Foundation is to assist you and your facility to meet the workforce and continuing education challenges of your facility, keep you informed about the latest issues and trends in the industry, and help you anticipate and prepare for the ever-changing health care industry.  The purpose of the Foundation is:

  • To provide quality onsite educational programs and a wide variety of other services such as web-based programs, webinars, training products and publications to assist health care providers in meeting state and federal regulations,
  • To maintain an excellent grasp on current health care issues and be adept at anticipating education needs.
  • To identify partners in education who offer the content, expertise and communication skills necessary to teach professional adults in an effective manner.
  • To offer scholarships designated for students interested in health care careers. These scholarships support the future leaders in their efforts to earn a high-quality education.

Click here to view the many educational resources offered. For more information, contact Jon Borton, vice president, NHA Services, Inc. via email or at (402) 742-8147.

The NHA Research & Educational Foundation is governed by a ten-member board of directors:

CHAIRMAN  
James Ulrich, ACHE, FHFMA
Chief Executive Officer
York General, York

VICE CHAIRMAN 
Marty Fattig, ACHE
Chief Executive Officer
Nemaha County Hospital, Auburn 

SECRETARY
Kevin Nokels
President
CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy, Omaha 

TREASURER
Russ Gronewold
Vice President, Finance/Chief Financial Officer
Bryan Health, Lincoln  

DIRECTORS
Jean Henes, MSN, RN Director of Nursing & Patient Care Services
Avera Creighton Hospital, Creighton, NE

Melissa Kelly, CPA
Chief Executive Officer
Pender Community Hospital, Pender  

Danielle Proskocil
Human Resource Director
Valley County Health System, Ord, NE 

Jan Wright
HR Staff Development
Great Plains Health, North Platte 

Dana Steiner, RN, MBA
Executive Director of Patient Services 
Lexington Regional Health Center, Lexington

EX-OFFICIO  
Laura J. Redoutey, FACHE President
Nebraska Hospital Association, Lincoln