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The WASHINGTON STATE HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION is an equal opportunity employer.
Current Job Openings:
Front Desk Receptionist/Staff Assistant
The Front Desk Receptionist/Staff Assistant position is a full-time position responsible for providing a high level of customer service and presenting a highly professional demeanor to staff, guests, members and the public. In addition to the Front Desk duties, this position is also an important part of the larger team of administrative professionals here at WSHA, and will assist with various special projects and other administrative tasks.
Senior Director, Integrated Care – Patient Safety
We are currently recruiting for a Senior Director of Integrated Care with an emphasis on evidence based care for woman and infants in pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, delivery, and immediate post-delivery. This position will responsible for leading WSHA’s Safe Deliveries Roadmap initiative. The Senior Director, Integrated Care is a full-time position, with the primary responsibility of creating, leading, implementing, and achieving results relating to improving Safe Deliveries in the State of Washington. This complex project requires coordination with 150 member hospitals, physician offices, and community partners to share best practices as well as ensuring development of implementation ready documents/toolkits and data.
Senior Data Analyst
The Senior Data Analyst, Decision Support is responsible for the ongoing analysis of healthcare information. This position develops and prepares information and data analysis for association staff and members. A successful candidate has the ability to analyze health care data from conceptualization through presentation of data. The Data Analyst III has strong communication skills, exceptional customer service, and is comfortable working independently and in a team. The ideal candidate has experience working with a variety of information systems and data files, preferably in a health care setting.
Director, Quality and Performance Improvement – Patient Safety
The Director, Quality and Performance Improvement will successfully create, lead, implement, and achieve results related to Quality, Patient Safety and Care Transitions across multiple states. This position creates processes for collecting data and improving care in Patient and Family Engagement, Workforce Safety, Patient Safety Alert, and/or other projects as defined.